The UW Health pediatric cardiology staff in Madison, Wisconsin, is a multidisciplinary team that specializes in the care of infants, children and young adults with heart-related conditions. We provide expert care in the diagnosis and management of heart disease from prenatal diagnosis through prolonged congenital heart problems.
Faculty and team members participate extensively in research projects, including exercise physiology, magnetocardiography (fetal diagnosis of heart rhythm disturbances) and non-invasive cardiac output measurements.
In our Pediatric Electrophysiology Program, children with heart arrhythmias receive specialized, state-of-the-art care.
Our staff also provides complete patient and family education regarding diagnosis, medications and treatment.
A Tale of a Little Girl and Her Heart
This story begins with 3-year-old Kennedy's sick ailing heart, which was the result of a Ventricular Septal Defect (or VSD). Like all good bedtime stories, Kennedy's has a happy ending. Aside from a check-up with pediatric cardiology every few years, she should live happily ever after. Meet Kennedy