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Betty Irene Moore Children's Heart Center

US News - Stanford Children's HealthToughest cases, better outcomes, shorter stays

When it comes to repairing the smallest hearts, nothing matters more than experience, says Stephen Roth, MD, MPH, director of the Betty Irene Moore Children's Heart Center. Stanford Children’s Health is home to the premier pediatric heart center on the West Coast. We have more experience repairing heart disorders in babies and children than anyone else has.

That is one powerful reason why, even though our dedicated pediatric heart surgeons and cardiologists treat the most difficult cases anywhere, our outcomes are better and our patients’ lengths of stay are shorter. It’s also why families around the world choose Moore Children's Heart Center, which has over 250 dedicated faculty and staff members, including 8 pediatric cardiothoracic surgeons, 42 pediatric cardiologists, 11 pediatric cardiac anesthesiologists, 3 radiologists specializing in heart imaging and 150 cardiac specialist nurses.

Dr. Hanley performs life-saving surgery


Frank Hanley, MD, and the team at the Betty Irene Moore Children’s Heart Center, perform unifocalization on Baby Jackson who was born with tetralogy of Fallot.

Meet the team


With our family-centered care approach, we work with you and your family to fully understand your child’s needs and make everyone a positive part of their treatment.

Contact us online or call (650) 721-2121 for appointments and information.