If your child is struggling with a potential heart problem or has symptoms such as chest pain, fainting spells or high blood pressure, our pediatric cardiologists can help you get to the bottom of the issue. Using non-invasive tests that do not penetrate the body, we’ll evaluate and diagnose your child’s heart condition. 

Why Choose Us For Your Child's Non-Invasive Cardiology Care

  • Care designed for kids: We offer a range of services using the least invasive methods available, all in an environment designed specifically for our littlest patients.
  • Advanced technology: Technology and expertise go hand-in-hand when it comes to offering your child the best possible care. Our team uses advanced imaging technology to ensure the most accurate results.
  • Diagnostic expertise: Our diagnostic tests — which include cardiac MRI/CT, exercise stress testing, chest X-ray, holter monitoring and electrocardiogram — help our physicians better evaluate your child’s condition and plan the best possible treatment.

Diagnostics and Testing

Our pediatric cardiology specialists offer non-invasive heart care and testing to children of all ages, from 0 to 18. Whether you require a fetal echocardiogram before birth or your older child needs a metabolic treadmill evaluation, we can meet your family's diagnostic needs. 

MRI Preparation Classes

Everyone feels anxious about medical tests, especially children. If your child needs an MRI, our team works together with child life services to help ease their mind and yours. By scheduling a mock MRI session for your child, we can help to alleviate any worries before the real test is performed.

The child life specialist will teach your child how to stay awake and still during the MRI, which can minimize the need for anesthesia. For more information, contact the child life specialist for radiology at 909-253-4516.

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Fetal Cardiology Patient

Fetal Cardiology

A fetal echocardiogram can find heart abnormalities early, allowing for faster medical intervention after birth. Like other prenatal exams, it uses safe ultrasound technology.