Boys Town National Research Hospital Announces Collaboration with Mayo Clinic in Pediatric Cardiology Care
Wednesday, July 28, 2021
Boys Town National Research Hospital is pleased to announce a new collaboration with Mayo Clinic to provide cardiology care for children in Omaha and surrounding communities.
Beginning August 2, the pediatric cardiology outreach clinic will provide diagnosis, care and treatment for a range of heart conditions such as murmurs and palpitations, syncope (fainting), chest pain, abnormal heart rhythm and various other congenital defects and heart diseases.
“We are thrilled to begin this collaboration with our colleagues from Mayo," said Jason Bruce, M.D., Executive Vice President of Health Care and Director of Boys Town National Research Hospital and Medical Clinics. “To provide a comprehensive patient care approach, we bring together multiple specialists to form the child's care team, addressing the physical, developmental and mental health care of the child. Collaborating with Mayo Clinic allows us to bring their expert cardiology care to our patients and community."
Mayo Clinic cardiologists will see patients at Boys Town Medical Clinics, located on Boys Town campus, at 139th and Pacific Street. To learn more about pediatric cardiology,
request an appointment online or refer a patient by calling (531) 355-1234.
Mayo Clinic is the second national collaboration with Boys Town National Research Hospital in two years. In 2019, Boys Town Hospital began a collaborative project with Shriners Healthcare for Children-Twin Cities serving as an outreach clinic for their Nebraska patients to receive care closer to home.