Here at Pediatric Cardiology Associates, we understand the worry and stress that comes with bringing a child to a heart specialist. We know that because we have been treating children in all of Upstate New York since the 1970's. Our staff and physicians, focus on creating an atmosphere the children are comfortable and love to play in. More importantly, a place where a child can receive the most advanced care by top physicians in their field. We do this so that at Pediatric Cardiology Associates so that your child gets better as fast as medically possible.
Our Pediatric Cardiologists will provide you with expert diagnosis and management in all areas of pediatric cardiology including:
Congenital Heart Disease & Defects
Heart conditions such as Kawasaki disease, Myocarditis & Cardiomyopathy
Heart Rhythm Problems such as rapid or slow heart rates
And much more
Our Pediatric Cardiologists and our staff are here to address your concerns and provide you and your child with the best solutions and care available. Contact Us today or call us at any of our 6 locations, Syracuse, Utica, Watertown, Binghamton, Oneonta, or Ogdensburg, NY, to schedule your child for an appointment. Call us now at 315-214-7700.
Congenital heart disease is a more technical term for any heart condition that is present since birth. The term "congenital" comes from two Latin words that mean "from birth". A simpler term for a congenital heart defect is "a birth defect of the heart".
Pediatric Cardiology Associates of Central New York offers a wide array of cardiac tests that diagnose heart problems in infants, children, and adolescents. We use state of the art equipment that is specially designed for children. All of our clinical staff members are particularly experienced with heart conditions that are unique to children, and they are experts in performing tests on children in the most caring and least stressful way. Click here to learn more.
A fetal echocardiogram is an ultrasound test performed to evaluate the heart of a baby in detail during pregnancy. An obstetrician will request this study when there may be an increased risk of congenital heart disease (which is a birth defect of the heart) in the baby.