Seattle Children’s Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska

    • If you would like an appointment at Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska’s Anchorage office or 1 of our 11 outreach locations, ask your primary care provider for a referral. We encourage you to coordinate with your primary care provider when coming to Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska. Having a referral will make insurance authorization easier for you, and will make it easier for us to coordinate with your doctor.
    • We will typically call you to schedule your appointment 1 or 2 business days after your primary care provider sends us your referral.
    • If your primary care provider has sent a referral to Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska and you have not heard from us within 2 business days of being referred, please call 907-339-1945 to schedule an appointment for all locations except Dillingham. To schedule an appointment in Dillingham, please contact Kanakanak Hospital directly at 907-842-5201.
  • We believe that referring community providers and Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska providers are partners in the care of our state’s youth.

    If you are a provider, fax a New Appointment Request Form (NARF) (PDF, DOC) to 907-339-1994 or email.

    No pre-referral work-up is required for most conditions. If you have already done testing such as an ECG, Holter monitor or echocardiogram, please fax this information, as well as relevant clinic notes and the NARF, to 907-339-1994.

    • Anchorage
    • Barrow
    • Bethel
    • Dillingham
    • Fairbanks
    • Juneau
    • Ketchikan
    • Kodiak
    • Nome
    • Sitka
    • Soldotna
    • Wasilla

What is Seattle Children’s Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska?

For more than 25 years, Seattle Children’s Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska has provided the highest-quality heart care to children across Alaska. Our providers live in Alaska and see children in our office in Anchorage. With 11 outreach clinics across the state, our team of heart experts offers complete care to children closer to home.

We believe that community providers and Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska providers are partners in the care of Alaska’s youth.

Young hearts all over Alaska are in the very best hands.

Provider Spotlight – Meet Dr. Cory Noel

Provider Spotlight – Meet Dr. Kevin Kollins

“You can tell that the people here are dedicated to serving not only Anchorage, but ... all of Alaska. When you look at how large the state is … it’s hard for families to get to care. We go out to a lot of different areas to try and reach people closer to where they live.” — Dr. Kevin Kollins, pediatric cardiologist

 

Dr. Bruce HessDr. Bruce Hess, Ptarmigan Pediatrics

“Having Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska right next door makes it easier for our doctors to work closely to help our shared patients – so we’re thinking about all phases of their care. Through this collaborative care model we make sure their kids get the best care from a team of experts, which builds trust with our families in the valley. And Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska is incredibly invested in serving Alaskan communities across the state, big and small. So families who have kids with serious heart conditions don’t always have to travel to Anchorage, which can be a huge burden.”

Why choose Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska?

  • All our heart doctors (cardiologists) are board certified in pediatrics and trained to meet the specific needs of children and teens. Ours is the only pediatric heart care group in Alaska with 2 pediatric and fetal certified sonographers.
  • Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska is accredited in echocardiography by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) for showing a commitment to quality patient care.
  • We offer fetal echocardiograms, a specialized ultrasound that uses sound waves to make pictures of a developing baby’s heart. Usually, we do a fetal echocardiogram 18 to 22 weeks into the pregnancy. We offer fetal echocardiogram as early as 14 weeks in some cases.
  • Our providers are part of Seattle Children’s Heart Center, the most comprehensive pediatric heart care service in the Northwest. This means your child has access to all of Seattle Children’s services, from prenatal consultation, to heart surgery, to heart care for young adults.
  • Care where you are: Our cardiologists provide expert pediatric consults at Providence Hospital, Alaska Regional Hospital and Alaska Native Medical Center, and they see children at more than 11 locations around the state.

Services We Provide

We provide general heart care services and consultation for infants, children and young adults, along with these services:

We also provide exercise tests at Providence Health & Services Alaska.

If needed, your child will have access to the complete range of heart services through Seattle Children’s Heart Center.

Scheduling an Appointment With Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska

  • If you would like a referral to Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska’s Anchorage office or 1 of our 11 outreach locations, talk to your child’s primary care provider. Having a referral will make insurance authorization easier for you, and it will make it easier for us to coordinate with your doctor.
  • We will typically call you to schedule your appointment 1 or 2 business days after your primary care provider sends us your referral.
  • If you have not heard from us within 2 business days, call 907-339-1945 to make an appointment for all locations except Dillingham. For Dillingham, call Kanakanak Hospital at 907-842-5201.
    • Before your appointment, print and fill out our registration form (PDF). Bring it with you to your first appointment.
    • Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. This will give you time to complete other forms we need.

Who's on the team?

Pediatric cardiologists

Pediatric cardiologists evaluate, treat and manage care for babies, children and teens with heart problems. They provide follow-up care throughout childhood and, when it’s time, will help transition your child to adult heart care.

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Pediatric Cardiology Nurses

  • Andrea Trout, RN

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Fetal and Pediatric Sonographers

  • Letty Hingtgen, RDCS (AE, FE, PE)

  • Kimberly Thomas, RDCS (AE, PE, FE)

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Resources for Families

  • Angel Flight West arranges free air transportation in response to healthcare and other compelling human needs.
  • Denali KidCare provides excellent health insurance coverage for children and teens through age 18 and for pregnant women who meet income guidelines.
  • Hope Community Resources provides support for Alaskans with differing abilities.
  • Stone Soup Group supports families who care for children with special needs.
  • We want you to have all the information you and your child need to understand your child’s condition and to participate in treatment. View our full list of condition-specific resources.

Contact Us

For more information, contact Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska at 907-339-1945. If you would like an appointment, ask your child’s primary care provider for a referral.

Providers, to refer a patient, fax a New Appointment Request Form (NARF) (PDF) (DOC) to 907-339-1994 or email the NARF to us. No pre-referral work-up is required for most conditions. If you have already done testing, send this information, as well as relevant clinic notes, with the NARF.

Address

Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska
3841 Piper St.
Suite T345
Anchorage, AK 99508

Hours

Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Telephone

907-339-1945

Fax

907-339-1994

Location and Directions

Driving directions

Glenn Highway/Interstate A-1 South

  • Take Glenn Highway/Interstate A-1 South toward Anchorage.
  • Take the Bragaw Street exit.
  • Turn left onto Bragaw Street.
  • Turn right onto E Northern Lights Boulevard.
  • Turn left onto UAA Drive.
  • Turn right onto Providence Drive.
  • Turn left onto Piper Street.
  • Turn left into the Providence Health Park Creekside Campus. 

Seward Highway/Interstate A-1 North 

  • Take Interstate A-1/Seward Highway North toward Anchorage.
  • Turn right at E 36th Avenue. It will become Providence Drive.
  • Turn right onto Piper Street.
  • Turn left into the Providence Health Park Creekside Campus. 

Parking and entering

Free valet parking at the main entrance of the S-T-U Towers (entrance 11). Our office is in the T Tower, Suite T345.

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Paying for Care

Learn about paying for care at Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska, including insurance coverage, billing and financial assistance.

    • If you would like an appointment at Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska’s Anchorage office or 1 of our 11 outreach locations, ask your primary care provider for a referral. We encourage you to coordinate with your primary care provider when coming to Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska. Having a referral will make insurance authorization easier for you, and will make it easier for us to coordinate with your doctor.
    • We will typically call you to schedule your appointment 1 or 2 business days after your primary care provider sends us your referral.
    • If your primary care provider has sent a referral to Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska and you have not heard from us within 2 business days of being referred, please call 907-339-1945 to schedule an appointment for all locations except Dillingham. To schedule an appointment in Dillingham, please contact Kanakanak Hospital directly at 907-842-5201.
  • We believe that referring community providers and Pediatric Cardiology of Alaska providers are partners in the care of our state’s youth.

    If you are a provider, fax a New Appointment Request Form (NARF) (PDF, DOC) to 907-339-1994 or email.

    No pre-referral work-up is required for most conditions. If you have already done testing such as an ECG, Holter monitor or echocardiogram, please fax this information, as well as relevant clinic notes and the NARF, to 907-339-1994.

    • Anchorage
    • Barrow
    • Bethel
    • Dillingham
    • Fairbanks
    • Juneau
    • Ketchikan
    • Kodiak
    • Nome
    • Sitka
    • Soldotna
    • Wasilla