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Overview

The Children’s Heart Program of New Jersey at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS) is a center of excellence, providing Comprehensive services to infants, children, adolescents and young adults with Acquired and congenital heart disease.   In addition, we have an extensive fetal program to diagnose and manage fetal cardiac abnormalities during pregnancy, providing appropriate treatment, family counseling services and planning strategies for pregnancy, delivery and postnatal care. 

Our outpatient office provides evaluations for heart murmurs, palpitations, chest pain and fainting episodes along with other cardiac concerns.  The services provided by the cardiology department include fetal, pediatric and young adult echocardiography, EKGs, 24-hour Holter monitoring, transtelephonic cardiac rhythm monitoring, and cardiodynamic exercise testing  

The division oversees the education of the pediatric residents and medical students during their respective pediatric cardiology electives and has a comprehensive review of the pediatric cardiology curriculum for medical students, residents, fellows and nurses.   The cardiology team is actively involved in hospital education and policy formulation at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital (BMSCH) participating on multiple Hospital and Medical School committees.

The pediatric cardiology service at RWJMS and BMSCH remain affiliated with the Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York, Columbia University, to provide seamless management of patients requiring cardiac surgery, interventional catheterization and electrophysiologic testing. 

The pediatric cardiology outpatient clinic is located at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Clinical Academic Building, Suite 6100, 125 Paterson Street, New Brunswick.  Clinics are held five days per week.   (PLEASE CALL 732-235-7905 FOR AN APPOINTMENT.)

For additional information, please see the University Medical Group and Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital websites.