Weighing only 2 pounds and born with a hole in his heart, little James made medical history in Wisconsin.
Designation highlights team’s hard work and dedication to patients with tracheostomies.
For those with life-saving transplants, rejection is a constant concern that requires regular, invasive testing to protect against. But two doctors have changed all that.
A recent New York Times article on a pediatric heart program in another state highlights the importance of volumes on surgical outcomes.
On May 22, 2017, Dr. Ronald Woods did something that had never been done before to save a young boy's life.
To help assist parents facing a congenital heart defect, the Pediatric Congenital Heart Association with the help of Herma Heart Institute at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin has designed a Guided Questions Tool.
As you slip the virtual reality headset on, you are suddenly transported. At first it’s exhilarating, even overwhelming, and you’re not sure how to maneuver through this foreign, virtual world. But it doesn’t take long for the weight of the controllers in your hands or the pressure on your temples from the headset to melt away.
To put it plainly, the Herma Heart Institute is an international leader in congenital heart care. This reputation is built upon two foundational principals: positive outcomes for patients and continuing education for providers. Both of these priorities were on display over two days in the middle of October.