Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta 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.
accessCHOA is a free, secure, Web-based electronic health record system that gives you instant access to your patients’ information. Use it 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.
Cardiology Educational Lectures and Webinars
Children’s Cardiology offers a variety of educational opportunities, including continuing medical education (CME) and web-based recordings.
Continuing Medical Education
At Children’s Cardiology, we strive to support you by offering continuing medical education (CME) opportunities. To request a lecture or webinar, visit choa.org/cardiology.cme or email our Physician Outreach Team (mailto:email@example.com) In-person lectures include one of our pediatric cardiologists visiting your practice to speak about the cardiac topic of your choice. Virtual lectures include one of our pediatric cardiologists presenting an approved topic of your choice using web conferencing.
As a physician, it takes a lot of effort to stay current with all the latest research, techniques, and recommendations. Children’s Cardiology offers a variety of NICU and CHD-related Recorded Educational Opportunities for you to listen to at your convenience.
Educational Videos (These links can be shared with patient families)
What to expect during an Electrocardiogram (EKG) and Echocardiogram (ECHO): View Video
How Does Your Child’s Heart Work?: View Video
Congenital Heart Defects Explained: Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome: View Video
Congenital Heart Defects Explained: Tetralogy of Fallot: View Video
Congenital Heart Defects Explained Transposition of the Great Arteries: View Video
Some of our hosted webinars are designated as CME approved. For CME approved webinars, physicians will receive a course evaluation email upon completion. Complete and submit the form to receive CME certificate. Email Marketing@kidsheart.com with questions.
- Sudden Cardiac Arrest in the Young by Dr. Robert Whitehill webinar recording
- Webinar Password: mkMgXitG399
- Hypertension in Kids by Dr. Brandon Harden webinar recording
- Dyslipidemia in Children by Dr. Heather Phelps webinar recording (CME Approved)
- Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome by Dr. Erik “Rick” Michelfelder (CME Approved)
- Children’s Cardiology YouTube Channel – Patient Family and Referring Provider webinars and videos
Cardiology Resources for Medical Professionals:
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Cardiac Resource Page
BP Guidelines: When to Refer (PDF)
Cardiac Risk Assessment Form – English (PDF)
Cardiac Risk Assessment Form – Spanish (PDF)
Cardiology CME Lecture and Webinar Topics
Cardiology Outpatient Referral flyer (PDF)
Cardiology Outpatient Locations (PDF)
Cardiology Referral Form (PDF)
Cardiology First Visit Information – English (PDF)
Cardiology First Visit Information – Spanish (PDF)
Chest Pain Algorithm (PDF)
City Call Flier (PDF)
Completion of Forms (PDF)
Fetal Cardiology Program (PDF)
Fetal Cardiology Team (PDF)
Fetal Cardiology Referral Form (PDF)
Pediatric Heart Programs (PDF)
Preventive Cardiology Program (PDF)
Preventive Cardiology Team (PDF)
Physician Outreach Team
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If you have questions or would like additional information, contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org