Pediatric Cardiology

Experienced Pediatric Heart Care

UVA Children’s Hospital Heart Center is nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report. Here, children receive comprehensive care using the most advanced diagnostic and surgical techniques available.

Our pediatric cardiologists, heart surgeons and nurse practitioners are trained to care for a child’s unique heart problem. We work with the adult care Heart and Vascular Center, a state-of-the-art treatment and research facility, to treat our pediatric patients.

Our Children’s Hospital Heart Center offers:

  • The most comprehensive congenital heart center in Virginia
  • The largest fetal heart program in Virginia, ensuring the best outcomes for high-risk infants
  • The largest pediatric pulmonary hypertension clinic in Virginia
  • The Cardiovascular Genetics Clinic that tests for risks of inherited heart or vascular disease
Thomas L"Ecuyer, MD, Division Chief
Office Address & Contact

Department of Pediatrics 
PO BOX 800386
Charlottesville, VA-22903

Phone: 434-924-9119
Fax: 434-244-4416

Administration

Division Chief
Thomas L’Ecuyer, MD, Division Chief

Administrative Assistants
Itiala Giles
Phyllis Groah
Brandi Johnson

You Can Help
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Your gracious support will help us reach our goal: To understand the roots of childhood diseases so that we can develop more effective, personalized, safer therapies and bring them to children!

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You have several options in how to make your contribution:

Check:
Your check should be made payable to UVA Children’s Hospital.
For mailed gifts, the address is:
UVA Children’s Hospital
University of Virginia Health Foundation
PO Box 800773
Charlottesville, VA 22908-0773

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If you plan to use a credit card for your gift, you can call the University of Virginia Health Foundation at (434)924-8432and let them know you would like to designate a gift.

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