Data valid at 2017

Adult Congenital Cardiology Clinic at the University of Florida Jacksonville Pediatric Cardiovascular Center

Jacksonville, FL — (904) 633-4110

841 Prudential Drive
Suite 100
Jacksonville, FL 32207
United States

(904) 633-4110
(904) 633-4110
(904) 633-4110
angie.meyer@jax.ufl.edu
Visit Now
Yes
2003

Affiliations

Wolfson Children's Hospital/ Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
University of Florida Health Jacksonville
Adult Hospital
University of Florida College of Medicine

Clinic Staffing

Medical Director

Brandon Kuebler, MD
ACHD, IM, Peds, Ped Card,
7
60%

Medical Co-Director

Jose Ettedgui, MD
Ped Card
30
10%

Nursing & Other Staff

1
Hermyza Coleman ARNP
Donna Serrano BAS in Management

Surgical and Interventional Resources

222
9
2
2

Training & Research

Yes
Formal ACHD rotation for general cardiology fellows (in Adult), Individualized long-term mentoring (or informal ACHD fellowship)
No
2018

Care Setting

343
5
Wolfson Children's Hospital
Baptist Heart Hospital
Yes
Yes
Pediatric Hospital
Pediatric Hospital
Pediatric Hospital
Yes
No
Yes, weekly
No

Clinical Services Offered

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Within our ACHD Program
By pulmonary hypertension specialists to whom we refer at suitable institutions
Referred to a suitable lung transplant program

Director's Description

The Adult Congenital Cardiology Clinic at the University of Florida Jacksonville Pediatric Cardiovascular Center, is a growing program with close working relationships between Wolfson Children’s Hospital/Baptist Health System and the University of Florida. This program is capable of performing comprehensive diagnostic, minimally invasive, and surgical long-term care needs of the aging adult congenital heart disease population. Services available include all forms of cardiac imaging, diagnostic and interventional catheterization, and comprehensive electrophysiology diagnostics and therapies. Our core services are available in downtown Jacksonville with several satellite outreach clinic sites available to allow for routine follow-up care to occur with the convenience of being nearer to the patient’s home. Within Florida, these outreach locations are in Daytona Beach, Fleming Island (Orange Park), and Lake City. Southeast Georgia clinics are located in Waycross and Brunswick. Through collaboration, our comprehensive quality care utilizes the multidisciplinary resources available at the University of Florida that bridges both sites in Gainesville and Jacksonville.