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Congenital Heart Disease General Links

The Congenital Heart Disease website
The site has been created by The Information Centre for Health and Social Care. It aims to give older patients and the parents and carers of children with congenital heart disease information to help them make important decisions about treatment.

Congenital Heart Information Network (CHIN)
C.H.I.N. is a national organization that provides reliable information, support services and resources to families of children with congenital heart defects and acquired heart disease, adults with congenital heart defects, and the professionals who work with them.

Childrens Heart Unit - Leeds NHS Trust
Provides information for children, teenagers and parents attending the Leeds Childrens Heart Unit, includes information on various procedures, pacemakers and patients experiences.

Yorkshire and Humber Cardiac Network
The Yorkshire and the Humber Congenital Cardiac Network covers the Yorkshire and the Humber region along with North Derbyshire and Bassetlaw.

The Harley Street Clinic Congenital Heart Centre
The Harley Street Clinic provides private GUCH services for those who prefer not to access care through the NHS. If you would like a hard copy of their brochure 'Care for life', contact The Somerville Foundation office on 01473 252007.

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The Somerville Foundation has no control over the content of these sites, thus is not responsible for the quality of information or accuracy of the information contained within.

All links are correct as of September 2012.

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