Sutter Sacramento ACHD Program

Sacramento, CA — (916) 887-4242 Ext 5

There are board certified ACHD physicians at this location.

2800 L Street
Suite 710
Sacramento, CA 95816
USA

(916) 887-4242 Ext 5
(916) 887-4242 Ext5
(916) 887-4242
ACHDClinic@sutterhealth.org
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Affiliations

Sutter Medical Center Sacramento
Adult/Pediatric Hospital

Clinic Staffing

Medical Director

Pei-Hsiu Huang, MD Professional ACHA Member
ACHD, IM Card, Interventional Card
9
35%

Administrative Program Director/Manager

Andre Santana
BHA, RN

3 Additional Cardiologists attend Clinic

Karen Schultz, MD Professional ACHA Member
ACHD, IM, Peds, Ped Card
Teimour Nasirov, MD
Ped and Adult CT Surgery
Naruhito Watanabe, MD
Pediatric and Adult Cardiothoracic Surgery

Nursing & Other Staff

1
Sara Corzine MSN, AGPCNP-BC
Christina Sillman MSN, AGACNP-BC
Anna Conway LCSW
Zilda Crist RN
Marcella Applegate ACHD Clinic Assistant
Michelle Agnew, RN Cardiac Clinic Nurse Coordinator for Children's Outpatient Services

Care Setting

7
Sutter Medical Center Sacramento
Yes
Yes
Adult/Pediatric Hospital
Pediatric/Adult Hospital
Pediatric/Adult Hospital
Yes
Yes - at age 18
Yes, weekly
Yes

Training & Research

No
No
Data valid at 2020

Director's Description

The Sutter Sacramento Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program is a multidisciplinary team involving specialized adult congenital surgeons, ACHD board certified cardiologists, and dedicated ACHD nurses and ancillary staff. Additionally, we work closely with the Sutter Heart and Vascular Institute to provide access to subspecialty services such as advanced arrhythmia treatment, transcatheter and structural heart interventional program, advanced heart failure and mechanical circulatory support program, and the cardiac transplant program. Patients in the Sutter Sacramento Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program receive care from a multidisciplinary team to address all aspects of care relating to their heart disease.

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