Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute Moves into New Louisville Location, Expanding World-Class Heart Care Close to Home
Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Cincinnati Children’s is pleased to announce the relocation of its Louisville outpatient Heart Institute office as part of a rapid expansion of clinical offerings in the Greater Louisville and Western Kentucky region. Beginning Thursday, March 24, 2022, the office, previously located at 731 East Broadway, will now be located at:
Springs Office Building
950 Breckenridge Lane, Suite 195
Louisville, KY 40207
The new location offers patients and families a larger space to accommodate the expanded services provided to the Heart Institute’s growing patient population, including:
- Pediatric cardiology
- Adult congenital heart disease
- Fetal cardiology
- Preventive cardiology
- Heart rhythm disorders
- In-office, non-invasive cardiac tests
“Cincinnati Children’s has made a commitment to expand services to the areas that are requesting our care,” said Bradley Keller, MD, medical director of Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute Greater Louisville & Western Kentucky practice. “Our goal is to provide convenient access to world-class heart care, close to home, for families – from before birth through adulthood.”
In addition to convenient locations throughout the region, Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute also offers appointments within three days of the request, friendly care in both English and Spanish, and lifelong congenital heart care for all ages.
This commitment to providing our patients local care is at the heart of Cincinnati Children’s rapid expansion into this region of Kentucky. Since acquiring the practice of Juan Villafane, MD, in 2018, we have continued to expand services and access, and now offer eight locations throughout Greater Louisville and Western Kentucky, with five congenital cardiologists specializing in fetal, pediatric and adult congenital cardiology.
In addition to the Louisville office, Cincinnati Children’s heart locations include Elizabethtown, Bardstown, Danville, La Grange, Shelbyville and Madison, Indiana, as well as a Joint Pediatric Heart Program clinic in Owensboro, in collaboration with Kentucky Children’s Hospital.
“The growth of our clinical operations in the Greater Louisville and Western Kentucky region is helping children and their families in the region every day,” said Andrew Redington, MD, executive co-director of Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute. “Cincinnati Children’s reputation as a world-class organization has been earned, in no small part, by delivering care that meets the needs of our patients where they are, by making the best possible outcomes available close to home. We’re proud of the expanded services we provide in this region of Kentucky and look forward to further expanding those options in the future.”'
Visit Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute Greater Louisville & Western Kentucky to learn more, or call 502-584-3200.