About the Heart Center
About Seattle Children's Heart Center
Seattle Children's Heart Center offers the most comprehensive pediatric cardiac care services for infants, children and teens in the region. We treat all heart problems — from the less critical to the most complex. Our program was established in 1995, and we have outreach clinics throughout the Northwest.
Our primary mission is to be not only the Northwest's premier center for helping children with heart disease, but one of the leading centers in the nation. We have assembled a team of leaders in pediatric medicine, and our relationship with the University of Washington positions us to make groundbreaking advances.
Working closely with parents and referring physicians, we provide complete care to help every child return to active living as quickly and comfortably as possible.
Children's Heart Center provides a full range of inpatient and outpatient heart services to pediatric patients with heart disease, heart defects and heart failure — from leading-edge surgical procedures and minimally invasive techniques, to electrophysiology and advanced therapeutic catheterization. Learn more about the heart conditions that we treat.
Awards and Recognition
In 2012, U.S. News & World Report ranked Children’s Cardiology and Heart Surgery program one of the best in the country.