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UCH on the short list for rare cardiology distinction


​The Anschutz Medical Campus could soon be home to one of the few nationally accredited programs for the treatment of adult congenital heart disease. The Adult Congenital Heart Association made the announcement July 20.

 

The CATCH (Colorado’s Adult & Teen Congenital Heart) program combines the expertise of multiple providers at campus neighbors University of Colorado Hospital and Children’s Hospital Colorado. The two hospitals share board-certified faculty from the University of Colorado School of Medicine who practice in both settings and continue to work together to smooth the often difficult transition for patients with a host of congenital heart defects from the pediatric to the adult environment.