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Not Just For Kids: The Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program

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One thing that I wish more people knew is that Children’s isn’t just for kids. We have an Adult Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) Program for adults with CHD—an often underserved population.  Read More

Barb Roessner

Hi, I'm Barb, and I'm a Physician Assistant and coordinator of the Heart Failure and Transplant Program at Children's Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha. I work with patients and families at every step of the journey, from diagnosing their child's heart condition to my favorite part—calling them to say "We have a heart."

Pediatric Cardiology: Honoring 10 Giants In The Field

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Figuring out the inner workings of the human heart has taken mankind centuries to grasp—and even now, there are still plenty of mysteries to unravel. Despite this fact, the field of pediatric cardiology has expanded beyond anyone’s wildest dreams in just a century.  Read More

Barb Roessner

Hi, I'm Barb, and I'm a Physician Assistant and coordinator of the Heart Failure and Transplant Program at Children's Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha. I work with patients and families at every step of the journey, from diagnosing their child's heart condition to my favorite part—calling them to say "We have a heart."

Comfort And Care: Lessons From A PICU Nurse

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As a parent, all you want is for your child to be happy and healthy. But when you have a kid in the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), happy and healthy can seem far away.

Tiffany Page, RN, a PICU nurse at Children’s, explains how PICU nurses work tirelessly to keep children and parents as comfortable and stress-free as possible.  Read More

Barb Roessner

Hi, I'm Barb, and I'm a Physician Assistant and coordinator of the Heart Failure and Transplant Program at Children's Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha. I work with patients and families at every step of the journey, from diagnosing their child's heart condition to my favorite part—calling them to say "We have a heart."