- Become pregnant
- Had surgical heart repairs during childhood that have deteriorated over time
The Johns Hopkins Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center ensures continuity of care for congenital heart disease patients as they enter adulthood and throughout the rest of their lives.
Our specialized clinics provide care throughout various stages of adulthood. You may require care from an adult congenital heart disease specialist if you have congenital heart disease and:
- Develop acquired heart disease, such as coronary artery disease, as you age
- Develop pulmonary hypertension
Why Choose Johns Hopkins for Adult Congenital Heart Disease Care
Our center is one of the few in the region that specializes in adult congenital heart disease. Learn what makes our center unique.
Our multidisciplinary team of congenital cardiologists, cardio-obstetric specialists, cardiovascular surgeons and therapists provide comprehensive care, often all scheduled the same day for your convenience.
Johns Hopkins experts are actively engaged in cutting-edge research. You benefit from breakthrough advancements in treatments informed by our research.
We work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan, ensuring you get the most out of life by reducing the number of hospital admissions and managing your adult congenital heart disease based on your experiences.
Learn more about our three clinics that serve adults diagnosed with congenital heart diseases (ACHD).
The cardio-obstetric clinic care for women diagnosed with adult congenital heart disease. Our team composed of cardiovascular and maternal-fetal medicine specialists will determine the safety of pregnancy and provide comprehensive care should you become pregnant.
ACHD Heart Failure and Heart Transplant Clinic
Heart failure is common in patients diagnosed with adult congenital heart disease and requires specialized care. Our clinic assesses patients diagnosed with congenital heart disease and heart failure for heart transplant eligibility and care.
Locations for Care
Get treated for adult congenital heart disease at our two convenient locations in the Baltimore area.
The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center Building
The Pediatric and Congenital Heart Center
1800 Orleans St., M2201
Baltimore, MD 21287
Green Spring Station
10755 Falls Road, Pavilion
Lutherville, MD 21093
Johns Hopkins Cardiology - Columbia
5450 Knoll North Dr.
Columbia, MD 21045
Johns Hopkins Health Care & Surgery Center, Bethesda
6420 Rockledge Dr.
Bethesda, MD 20817