Sibley Heart Center Cardiology is comprised of more than 50 pediatric cardiologists providing comprehensive services for patients with acquired or congenital heart disease. From before birth to age 21, our patients receive individualized treatment based on their development and condition at one of our more than 20 locations throughout Georgia. Our cardiologists are available to provide inpatient consultations and patient care at more than 40 Georgia hospitals through our City Call Program.
The mission of Sibley Heart Center Cardiology is to enhance the lives of children through excellence in patient care, research and education.
accessCHOA is a free, secure, Web-based electronic health record system that gives you instant access to your patients’ information.
How does it work?
With accessCHOA, you can stay current on your patients’ health status without having to request medical records or make follow-up calls.
Use accessCHOA to:
- Place an order for outpatient testing or rehab therapy and notes or instructions for the order
- Check for appointment status and patient scheduling information
- View results and notes
- Access billing, clinical or visit information about your patients seen at Children’s
Check out our updated referral form and accessCHOA tip sheet under provider resources.
accessCHOA EpicCare Link – https://www.accesschoa.org/EpicCareLink-PRD/common/epic_login.asp
accessCHOA FAQ’s – https://www.choa.org/medical-professionals/access-choa
accessCHOA Physician Practice Registration – https://www.choa.org/medical-professionals/access-choa/physician-registration
Dyslipidemia in Children: Webinar Recording
If you were unable to join the live webinar Dyslipidemia in Children presented by Sibley’s Dr. Heather Phelps on Tuesday, Jan. 26, you may now listen to the webinar recording. This webinar is CME approved. You will receive a course evaluation email upon completion of the webinar. Once this is completed and submitted, you will receive your certificate. Email Marketing@kidsheart.com with questions.
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