| About UI Stead Family Children's Hospital University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital has been dedicated to meeting the health care needs of children and families since 1919. As Iowa’s only comprehensive children’s hospital, we provide care for children from birth to young adulthood. Services range from promoting wellness to the care of general childhood illness, surgery, traumatic injuries, life-threatening and chronic illnesses, and developmental disabilities. As part of an academic medical center, UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital also performs groundbreaking research to help solve the mysteries of childhood diseases, in addition to training the next generation of health care professionals. UI Stead Family Children's Hospital is a state-of-the-art pediatric facility that is part of the comprehensive resources of UI Hospitals and Clinics. Our physical facilities have grown considerably with the opening of the UI Stead Family Children's Hospital building which has been designed from top to bottom with the needs of pediatric patients and their families in mind. About Pediatrics Cardiology The pediatric cardiologists at University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital are dedicated to providing compassionate, state-of-the-art and convenient delivery of care to children and young adults. The pediatric cardiology division offers complete clinical services for the diagnosis and treatment of congenital and acquired heart disease in babies, children and young adults. |
To perform and interpret ultrasound studies in Pediatric Cardiology and participate in teaching, evaluating, and advising cardiology fellows, residents, and medical students.
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