In tune with the concerns of both physicians and patients, the Children’s Heart Network offers superior health care and professional communication. We are devoted to meeting the needs of our patients and their families through ongoing communication and teamwork with referring physicians. Our comprehensive system is based on a dynamic team approach.
Cardiology Consultation Services
- Outpatient services in our offices at
- University Hospital, 4502 Medical Drive in San Antonio
- 8435 Wurzbach Rd Suite 311, San Antonio, TX 78229
- 502 Madison Oak, Suite 430 Atrium Building @ NC Baptist Hospital Stone Oak area in San Antonio
- Cardiology Outreach clinic sites in Laredo and Seguin
- Inpatient practices conducted at leading children’s tertiary care facilities in conjunction with intensive care unit teams experienced in the management of children with congenital heart disease.
- Heart transplantation and cardiomyopathy specialty clinics in conjunction with the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery at UT Health San Antonio.
- Telephone and tele-medicine consultation services
- Same day appointments made available on request
Cardiology Specialty Services Available
State-of-the-art noninvasive diagnostic capability:
- ECG with telephone and fax transmission interpretation
- Full range of echocardiography services including transthoracic, transesophageal and fetal echocardiography.
- Arrhythmia detection with 24-hour ambulatory ECG monitoring and long-term event monitoring
- Exercise stress testing
- Telemedicine capabilities with tele-echo interpretation to rural and south Texas
- Expertise in interventional cardiac catheterization techniques which often replace or postpone the need for cardiac surgery
- Consultation services in un-operated and post-operative adults with congenital heart disease
- Full integration with a team of outstanding cardiothoracic surgeons with expertise in the management of all congenital cardiac abnormalities
- Full integration with the only Pediatric Cardiac ICU in San Antonio dedicated to the treatment of children and adults with congenital heart disease