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When Damon Mallott was born in 1984 with complex heart defects, it took innovative surgical techniques to save his life. Thirty-one years later, surgeons at Cincinnati Children’s used an innovative 3-D model of Damon’s heart to save his life again.
More than 18,000 patients, including 71 children from 24 countries, placed their hearts in the expert hands of the physicians and surgeons at our Heart Institute in the past year. Our ability to help children – and adults like Damon – with rare and complex conditions is one of the biggest reasons why our program ranks No. 7 in the nation in the 2015-16 list of Best Children’s Hospitals compiled by U.S. News & World Report.
Our Heart Institute brings a unique blend of pediatric cardiologists, heart surgeons, cardiac anesthesiologists, and scientists together to improve outcomes for children with heart disease. Since the institute was formed in 2008, we have become a national and international leader in the field.
“What makes us different? Our goal is not to perform the most cases, but to perform the most innovative ones,” says David Morales, MD, chief of cardiovascular surgery. “In addition to outstanding care, we conduct extensive research and we train many other specialists who go on to practice in many other medical centers.”
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