These are stressful times. If you would like to contact a social worker, psychologist or child life specialist for information on community referrals or coping resources, you can call 312.227.4118 and leave a message. Your call will be returned within 24 hours, Monday through Friday. Non-urgent questions only. For emergencies, call 911.
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The Single Ventricle Center of Excellence at Lurie Children’s offers comprehensive treatment for infants, children and adults born with a single functional ventricle pumping blood to the entire body.
Our multidisciplinary team has passion and expertise in caring for patients with complex heart disease. The Single Ventricle team is dedicated to the caring for patients from before birth through adulthood. We focus on:
Making our care consistent and safe for all patients.
Depending on the needs of each patient, additional referrals are made to a variety of other specialties, including cardiovascular genetics, endocrinology, gastroenterology, hepatology, immunology, hematology, clinical nutrition and social work.
Appointments with the comprehensive Single Ventricle Center of Excellence can be arranged through Emilie Weisberg at 312.227.8588.
In addition to in-person visits, we now offer telemedicine visits via video or phone. Some appointments will still require you to be seen in-person, but your physician and care team will let you know if a telemedicine appointment is available.
To help prepare families for their care with Lurie Children's Heart Center, we have compiled a list of resources that may be of use throughout treatment — whether it's getting ready for an inpatient stay or outpatient visit, or learning more about the support services available to patients and families.
The Division of Cardiology is committed to excellence in the care of young patients with congenital and acquired heart disease — from the fetus to the adult. Our mission is to foster a collaborative environment in which expertise in cardiac issues is cultivated through the promotion of research, education, and prevention.