NYU Langone unveils pediatric congenital heart center

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NYU Langone Health opened a pediatric congenital heart center last week at Hassenfeld Children's Hospital in New York City. 

Three things to know:

1. NYU Langone opened the 5,500-square-foot center March 1 to serve a growing population of children born with congenital heart disease.

2. James Nielsen, MD, associate director of pediatric cardiology at NYU Langone, will lead the new outpatient center.

3. The center will offer appointments for physician visits, diagnostic testing and pre- and postsurgical procedure appointments, among other services.

To learn more, click here.

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