Advanced Fetal Care for Congenital Heart Defects and Anomalies
Congenital heart disease is the most common abnormality in an unborn child, occurring in approximately 1 in 100 babies. The Colorado Institute for Maternal and Fetal Health's Fetal Cardiology program offers state-of-the-art fetal cardiac evaluations to families at risk for cardiac anomalies, including structural heart defects, rhythm abnormalities and heart failure. Our surgical outcomes consistently perform better than the national average for all cardiac defects repaired during the neonatal period and for newborns.
Learn more about how our team cares for you and your child during your pregnancy, after birth and beyond.
Our fetal cardiology team assists in the care of your pregnancy, ensuring the safety of you and your unborn child.
Expertise in congenital heart disease enables our fetal cardiologists to diagnose anomalies as early as 14 weeks gestation.
For Patients And Families
Read in their own words about the care our patients receive at the fetal cardiology program.