Cardiac Center: For Professionals

Whether you're referring a patient to us for the first time, seeking a second opinion or updated information about your patient's care, or looking for continuing medical education opportunities, we hope these resources will help in your search for more information.

  • Referring a patient

    Referral Nurse Navigators

    The Cardiac Center's Referral Nurse Navigators are exclusively dedicated to helping all referring physicians, and new patients and their families, connect with the Cardiac Center at CHOP. For more information or to refer a patient, contact our Referral Nurse Navigators at 267-426-9600.

    Referring a patient to the Lipid Heart Clinic

    If you're interested in reffering a patient to our Lipid Heart Clinic, please complete this appointment request form and fax it to 215-590-4978.

  • Continuing medical education

    Cardiology 2015 conference

    When: Feb. 11 – 15, 2015
    Where: Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch, Scottsdale, Arizona

    A comprehensive post-graduate course for pediatric cardiologists, intensivists, surgeons, nurses, neonatologists, anesthesiologists, ACHD specialists, sonographers, perfusionists, and all those involved in the care of patients with pediatric and congenital cardiovascular disease. Learn more »

    Managing transposition of the great arteries

    Find several resources to help you manage transposition of the great arteries (TGA), including information about prenatal diagnosis, optimal delivery and treatment of patients with TGA.

    Medscape videos

    Experts from the Cardiac Center at CHOP provide updates and analysis on a range of clinically important topics in cardiac care.

  • Offsite PDA Ligation (Duct Busters)

    Numerous hospitals in Pennsylvania and New Jersey call upon the Cardiac Center's unique traveling cardiothoracic surgical team to perform critical surgery on the tiniest premature infants in their nurseries. Learn more, including where these services are offered »

  • Fellowships

    Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Training

    To be eligible to apply for the Fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology, physicians must have completed residency training in a program approved by the American Board of Pediatrics, or be eligible for board certification. Learn more about our Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship »

  • Career opportunities

    To learn more about career opportunities at the Cardiac Center, visit our Careers section.

  • Stay in touch with Cardiac Connection

    Cardiac Connection provides updates about Cardiac Center services, case studies and research. Sign up to receive this newsletter (Link)

  • Speaker's bureau

    Cardiac Center staff members are available to speak at community healthcare and school groups. Let us know your area of interest and we can suggest an appropriate speaker for your event. For more information or to arrange a speaker, call the Physician Referral Service at 800-879-2467 or 215-590-1999.