Primary Children's Hospital

(801) 662-1000Map100 Mario Capecchi Dr.Salt Lake City, UT 84113

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The Heart Center
Primary Children's Hospital
100 Mario Capecchi Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84113

(801) 662-5435

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The Fetal Heart Program at Primary Children’s Heart Center is a service provided by Intermountain Healthcare and the Univ​ersity of Utah. Our goal is to improve the care of infants with congenital heart disease through early fetal detection, prenatal planning, and expedient management after birth.

Coordination of Care

By emphasizing family-centered education and counseling we work to improve the quality of care for every child born with congenital heart disease. In order to accomplish this, we are fostering comprehensive coordination of care between pediatric cardiology, perinatology, obstetrics, neonatology, and cardiovascular surgery.

Your Visit to the Fetal Heart Program 

During your initial visit to the Heart Center, you will receive:

If a heart problem is identified on the fetal echocardiogram during your visit, then our team will work with you and your OB/GYN to plan the best care for your baby.

Care Team

Our Care Team for the the Fetal Heart Program includes: 

Dr. Menon is a pediatric cardiologist who has special interests in noninvasive imaging to include echocardiography and cardiac MRI. He is also interested in cardiomyopathy and long term outcomes of patients with single ventricle physiology. He sees patients at Primary Children’s Hospital and at Riverton, UT.

In addition to practicing pediatric cardiology, Dr. Miller has a subspecialty focus in fetal cardiology and echocardiography. He also is actively involved in both clinical and basic science research. His current research focus is on fetal development with regard to congenital heart disease. He has clinic at Primary Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Pinto is a pediatric cardiologist specializing in imaging and specifically fetal echocardiography.  Her main research area are improving prenatal detection of heart defects and improving delivery of specialty care. She is also the Associate Director of the Women in Medicine and Science Program in the Office of Faculty Development for the Health Sciences. She has pediatric cardiology and fetal clinics at Primary Children’s Hospital and Riverton, UT.

Dr. Puchalski is the Director of Non-Invasive Imaging. He is responsible for and performs all imaging modalities including transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiograms, fetal echocardiograms, cardiovascular MRI and CT’s. He directs the Fetal Heart Center and oversee all staff (nurse coordinator, social worker, sonographers and physicians) and coordinate our education and outreach activities. His research interests span from aiding the development of a new fetal transducer, to studying fetal vascular hemodynamics, prenatal predictors of postnatal outcomes to quality improvement initiatives as Director of Quality within the division.

He is also the Medical Director of Outpatient Services at PCH Riverton and see patients there once/month.

​Interests include advanced non-invasive imaging of patient with congenital heart disease using cardiac MRI, cardiac CT, and all forms of echocardiography – including transthoracic, transesophageal, and fetal echocardiography. Also a specified interest in aortopathy in children and adults, tracking aortic pathology in patients with collagen vascular disease.

Dr. Su has a general Pediatric Cardiology Clinic at Primary Children’s Hospital and Riverton, UT as well as Jackson, WY. He has Fetal Heart Clinics at Primary Children’s Hospital and Riverton as well as Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo, UT. In addition, he has a Pediatric Aortopathy Clinic at Primary Children’s Hospital.

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