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Cardiology & Cardiac Surgery

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ColumbiaDoctors pediatric cardiologists are internationally regarded as being at the forefront of pediatric cardiology in regards to research, education, innovation and patient care.

Each year, thousands of young patients benefit from the superb clinical care and ground-breaking discoveries  provided by the pediatric cardiologists of ColumbiaDoctors. With a distinguished world-class team of physicians specializing in pediatric congenital and acquired cardiovascular diseases, we have established a preeminent pediatric cardiology center—the largest in New York State and one of the nation’s largest. Patients come to us from across the country and around the world for our renowned care.

Julie Vincent, MD

Our pediatric cardiologists are affiliated with the Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital at NewYork-Presbyterian, consistently ranked as a national leader in cardiology.

Our cardiologists provide care for a wide range of conditions and diseases that affect newborns, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults, including:

  • Congenital heart defects and anomalies
  • Fetal cardiac defects
  • Acquired heart disease
  • Arrhythmias
  • Cardiomyopathies
  • Heart failure
  • Pulmonary hypertension
  • Complex single ventricle anomalies

Comprehensive Approach

Your child’s care begins with a complete medical history and a thorough evaluation using the most advanced technologies available to fully understand the scope of the heart condition. Your child’s healthcare team then collaborates to customize an individualized treatment plan to achieve the best outcome possible. Our program’s seamless integration with the Division of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery ensures that patients who require surgery receive continuity of care throughout their treatment and recovery.

We also provide multidisciplinary care to adults with congenital heart defects. As techniques for treating congenital heart defects have improved over the years, so has the survival of children with these conditions, allowing them to reach adulthood. Some adults may need another surgery or catheter-based intervention to revise or improve upon an operation that was performed when they were children. Others may have previously undiagnosed congenital heart disease that did not cause any symptoms until they became adults. Columbia University Medical Center and ColumbiaDoctors employ internationally renowned experts who specialize in the care of both children and adults with all forms of congenital heart disease.

Our Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery team includes advanced practice, specialty nurses with years of experience caring for children with heart disease. Our Pediatric Cardiology Nursing Committee is focused on the comprehensive nursing care of the patients and families in our program. Our entire team strives to improve patient education materials, coordination of care, clinical documentation and health care outcomes. We have established a national and international reputation for our expert cardiac skills, knowledge and care.

Exceptional Experience

We are proud to be part of Columbia University Medical Center where large teams of expert physicians and cardiac surgeons who work together, sharing their perspectives and knowledge to address virtually every form of congenital and acquired heart disease for all ages of patients. With more than 13,000 echocardiograms performed a year, over 1,200 diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterizations, and more than 700 cardiac surgeries, the Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery team at Columbia University and NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital offers decades of experience and the highest quality of care available in the world, with the best possible outcomes for our patients.

A Special Thanks to Our Generous Funders

Babies Heart Fund
Beary Special Hearts 
Colin’s Kids
Have a Heart 
Matthew’s Hearts of Hope
The Ladies of the Tea Room 
The Rachel Cooper Foundation