Medical Affiliations


 
newpicturhospital
 
Doctor's Alpert, Zales, Castro and Umali as specialists in Pediatric Cardiology are on the Medical Staffs of the following hospitals:

http://www.khovnanianchildrenshospital .com/KHCH/index.cfm

One of our four Physicians is” in house” every day at the Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, New Jersey a major teaching affiliate of the University and Medicine of New Jersey-Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center located in New Brunswick New Jersey.
 
 

Links

Abnormal Heart Rates
Abnormal heart rates are often seen by the Pediatric Cardiologist. For more information click here.
http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org /health/heart-encyclopedia/ signs/palpitation.htm
Syncope and Dizziness
Syncope (passing out) and dizziness is yet another reason to see the Pediatric Cardiologist. To read more about this topic click below.
http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org /health/heart-encyclopedia/ signs/fainting.htm
Heart Murmurs
A frequent reason to visit a Pediatric Cardiologist is because the Pediatrician has found a heart murmur. This dreaded term often strikes fear into the parents while the child turns out subsequently to be perfectly well. To learn more about heart murmurs click below.
http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org /health/heart-encyclopedia/ signs/murmurs.htm
Chest Pain
Another frequent reason to visit a Pediatric Cardiologist is when the child or adolescent complains of chest pain. While this may be an important issue in adults the findings in children are usually benign. To find out more about chest pain in children click below.
http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org /health/heart-encyclopedia/ signs/chest.htm
Congestive Heart Failure
For those wishing to read more about congestive heart failure click the hyperlink.
http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org /health/heart-encyclopedia/ signs/chf.htm
Congenital Heart Defects
For those wishing to learn more about congenital heart defects please click the hyperlink.
http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org /health/heart-encyclopedia /anomalies/