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Mount Sinai – Division of Pediatric Cardiology

Overview“””

Within the framework of a collaborative and multi-disciplinary environment, the Division of Pediatric Cardiology provides state-of-the-art diagnosis and comprehensive family-centered treatment of congenital and acquired heart disease prenatally, in pediatric patients, and in adults with congenital heart defects. Complementary and equally important missions include providing enhanced fellowship training, exemplary intra- and extramural teaching, innovative research, and effective community outreach programs.

The faculty of the Division comprises nine board certified pediatric cardiologists
under the direction of Ira
A. Parness, M.D.
In collaboration with the Department of Cardiothoracic
Surgery, the Division has achieved extraordinary success in diagnosing
and treating the most difficult and complex cardiac conditions. The Division
offers Echocardiography, Exercise Stress Testing, Holter Monitoring, Cardiac
Catheterization, Electrophysiology, and Cardiac MR Imaging.

The pediatric facilities at Mount Sinai include a six-bed pediatric cardiac/cardiothoracic ICU (PCICU), an eight-bed pediatric ICU, a 38-bed neonatal ICU, 75 pediatric inpatient beds, and a pediatric emergency room. Outpatient visits take place in the Annenberg Building, 3rd floor, Suite 3-50.

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