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Cardiology / Cardiac Surgery

Covenant Children's is committed to excellence in patient and family-centered pediatric care, professional education and clinical research. We offer comprehensive, personalized and state-of-the-art care for children and adults who have, or may have, a congenital heart problem. We provide a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures including echocardiogram, fetal echocardiography, and diagnostic and interventional catheterizations, exercise stress testing and holter recordings.

Today, cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons treat complex congenital heart defects using techniques that were considered impossible just a decade ago. At Covenant Children's, we know first-hand the difficulties a family faces when a child is diagnosed with a congenital heart defect or disease. Now parents whose children are in need of specialized cardiac care no longer need to travel to receive excellent and proficient care.

Congenital Heart Defect Awareness

Congenital heart defects occur in the early stages of pregnancy, when the heart is forming and are the most common birth defects. For more information on CHD, click here.

Heart Surgery

At Covenant Children's, we know first-hand the difficulties a family face when a child is diagnosed with a congenital heart defect of disease. That's why we've combined the resources of the Covenant Heart and Vascular Institute and Covenant Children's Hospital to provide a full spectrum of pediatric heart care right here in Lubbock at the Isom Heart Center Services for Children. For more information on Heart Surgery at Covenant Children's, click here.

Isom Heart Center Services

The Isom Heart Center Services for Children provides a full spectrum of pediatric heart care right here in Lubbock. Covenant is the only facility in the region that offers the advanced capabilities required for the comprehensive treatment of children's heart disease. For more information on the Isom Heart Center Services, click here.

Our Services

From care as early as the NICU, to later time spent in the PICU and possible cardiac surgeries, Covenant offersa variety of services to pediatric patients dealing with different cardiac diseases and defects.

Meet Our Team

When it comes to the care of your child, we feel that it is important to have many people involved who have a vast knowledge in cardiology and cardiac surgery. To learn more about the different people who may play a key part in the healing of your child, click here.

Types of Congenital Heart Defects

Congenital heart defects are caused by an early development problem with the heart's structure and function that is caused in utero and is present at birth. To learn more about the different types of congenital heart defects that are out there, click here.

Fetal Heart Program

Covenant Maternal-Fetal Medicine functions in a role to coordinate the needed multidisciplinary approach required if a concern for your baby's development or well-being is suspected before birth. Additional members of this multifaceted team will include Covenant's women's obstetrical coordinator and a neonatologist alongside highly-skilled nurses from Antepartum and Labor and Delivery.

Resources for Families

Being the family member of a child facing cardiac problems can be very scary and overwhelming. Covenant Children's wants you to have access to as much education asa possible to help you through this challenge. For a list of resources available to you, click here.

Beads of Courage Cardiac Program

This program is a resilience-based intervention designed to support and strenghten children and families coping with serious illness. Children tell their story through the program using colorful beads as meaningful symbols of courage that commemorate milestones they have achieved along their unique treatment path. For more on the Beads of Courage Cardiac Program, click here.

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