Cardiac Center Health Resources

We know that caring for a child with a heart condition can be stressful. To help you find answers to your questions -- either before or after visiting the Cardiac Center -- we've created this list of educational health resources.
Congenital Heart Disease Infographic

CHOP's congenital heart disease infographic shares 16 things you need to know about CHD. Share it to raise awareness and encourage research that will help create more lifesaving treatment options for kids born with heart disease.


AHA is the nation’s oldest, largest voluntary organization devoted to fighting cardiovascular diseases and stroke.

AOTA helps patients with free transportation to and from their transplant center. It also provides transplant patients and their loved ones with resources regarding transplantation.

UNOS is a private, non-profit organization managing the nation's organ transplant system under contract with the federal government.

The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) provides advocacy, education and other services to improve the lives of all people affected by rare diseases.

This website offers educational videos, patient resources, information about research grants and patient recruitment, links to research publications, and ways to connect and get involved.

DINET is a volunteer run nonprofit organization that raises awareness of autonomic nervous system dysfunction and promotes dysautonomia education, support and networking.

DYNA's programs benefit all individuals impacted by dysautonomia conditions through medically-endorsed resources, programs and events.

The American Society of Transplantation is dedicated to improving human life by advancing the field of transplantation.