Children's Hospital Colorado

Cardiology Outreach Program for Heart Care Throughout the Region

A close-up of a stethoscope on a patient's chest. Best Children's Hospital by US News Cardiology 2020-1 Badge

The frequency of our outreach clinics ranges from two times per month, to once every four months, depending on the needs of the local community. In these regional clinics, we also perform electrocardiogram (EKG) and echocardiogram (ECHO) tests, as is done in our Denver Metro facilities.

Working together to provide the best heart care for kids

The regional outreach clinic* experience has been made possible by a wonderful partnership between Children's Hospital Colorado's Heart Institute doctors and technicians, local primary care doctors, and of course, families. Kids may need to be referred to our Anschutz Medical Campus or South Campus for further testing, but oftentimes children remain in their local communities and receive the same state-of-the art care as is delivered in our Denver Metro sites.

Learn more about our outpatient cardiology services.

* Note: Please call the local clinic to set up an appointment. Children's Colorado does not handle the scheduling for this outreach program.

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