At times congenital heart defects do not resolve on their own or cause significant problems for patients such as congestive heart failure, pulmonary hypertension, poor growth and development, and arrhythmias. In these cases, pediatric cardiac catheterization or pediatric heart surgery is required to allow the child to grow and develop. The Pediatric Cardiac Catheterization and Pediatric Cardiac Surgical Program provide interventional cardiology and cardiac catheterization solutions to treat and repair congenital heart disease. This is done using minimally invasive techniques such as catheter-based device closure of certain defects or treatment of narrowed blood vessels by the use of balloon dilation and/or stenting. Our Pediatric Cardiac Surgical Program is led by two high-volume and high-quality pediatric heart surgeons who have decades of experience performing open heart cardiac procedures and minimally invasive pediatric heart procedures in infants and all stages of childhood and young adulthood. Our catheterization and surgical patients are cared by pediatric cardiac anesthesiologists, pediatric cardiac intensivists, and a dedicated group of pediatric cardiac nurses and child life specialists. Throughout these hospitalizations we support children and families via direct, frequent, and friendly communication. Parents are warmly invited to stay with their child during their hospitalization and participate in rounds with the teams caring for their child.