Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program

Medical breakthroughs are helping more and more people born with congenital heart disease live longer and healthier lives. If you are making the transition from pediatric to adult care, it’s crucial to have a team that truly understands your unique needs and can provide specialized, lifelong support.

At the Orlando Health Heart and Vascular Institute, we’re here to work with you and your loved ones to create a compassionate care plan that focuses both on your current needs and your long-term goals. We bring together cardiologists, surgeons and clinical support staff with expertise in numerous subspecialities – including women’s health, cardiac MRI/CT and hepatology.

We also have a board-certified, fellowship-trained cardiologist who is an expert in both pediatric and adult cardiology. Our congenital heart disease team works in a dedicated space, focused exclusively on the wide-ranging problems encountered by people with congenital heart disease.

What Is Congenital Heart Disease?

Congenital heart disease encompasses a variety of problems with the heart that are present at birth. It is the most common type of congenital disorder and can range from mild to severe. An estimated almost 2 million U.S. adults have congenital heart disease. Among the types:

Meet the Congenital Heart Disease Team

Our highly trained vascular experts are skilled in the latest procedures and technology to effectively diagnose and treat all forms of vascular disease, including critical limb ischemia and peripheral artery disease.

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