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The Coronary Anomalies Program at the Stanford Medicine Children’s Health Betty Irene Moore Children’s Heart Center and Stanford Health Care is a multidisciplinary program that provides a comprehensive approach to caring for patients of all ages with anomalous aortic origin of a coronary artery (AAOCA), myocardial bridges, Kawasaki disease, and other coronary anomalies.
The Coronary Anomalies Program assembles top specialists in pediatric and adult cardiology, non-invasive cardiac imaging, interventional cardiology, and cardiothoracic surgery in order to carefully diagnose and treat patients with these coronary artery conditions. We also educate and engage in shared decision making with you and your child. We offer ongoing follow up and coordination of care with referring cardiologists, primary care physicians, and other care providers.
Executive Director of the Betty Irene Moore Children's Heart Center; Lawrence Crowley, MD, Endowed Professor in Child Health
Surgical Director of the Pulmonary Artery Reconstruction Program