Pediatric Electrophysiology and Arrhythmia Services

At Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, we offer a complete array of services to diagnose and treat arrhythmias in children of all ages, including unborn infants. Many families find us by way of their pediatrician, who might notice heart palpitations—or their child has fainting spells, has a family history of sudden death, or is experiencing other symptoms of arrhythmia. Many seek us out for our premier comprehensive services. Still others come to us for a second opinion. However you find us, we are ready to support you and your child.

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Thanks to on-site electrophysiology research, we continually expand our services and are proud to offer one-of-a-kind, novel treatments, along with proven standards of care. We work closely with all heart teams here at the Betty Irene Moore Children’s Heart Center and other partnering providers within the Stanford Medicine Children’s Health network to best serve children with rhythm problems as well as other specialties when children have more than one diagnosis.

If your child requires a complex heart surgery or interventional cardiac catheterization procedure, ask about our Heart Center Coordination Program, which can provide your family with a cardiac nurse navigator to guide you through your child’s care journey at Stanford Children’s. The program is currently supporting pediatric patients with certain complex heart needs.