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If an ultrasound has revealed a source of concern about your baby’s heart, you’ll likely be referred to fetal cardiology specialists, who will evaluate your baby’s condition. They’ll work closely with the Norton Children’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine team, which specializes in caring for complex pregnancies.
The fetal cardiology team uses a fetal echocardiogram to get a better understanding of how the baby’s heart is developing during pregnancy.
The fetal cardiology team at Norton Children’s Heart Institute, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, routinely coordinates delivery of babies with congenital heart disease so they can start receiving care immediately after birth.
We also provide second opinions that can reassure you about the care you are receiving elsewhere. We can offer insight about other treatment options available at Norton Children’s Heart Institute. Call (502) 629-2929 to schedule a second opinion visit— no referral is necessary.
Colton Goff’s family met the Norton Children’s Heart Institute team to better understand his condition and outline a course of care. This “meet the team” process, available for all prospective patients, helps families get to know their providers and have a greater understanding of the type of care they can expect, including any procedures, surgeries and recovery time.