Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases Information for parents and visitors

The Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases Team

PLEASE NOTE in light of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, the Cardiology team has created a handy guidance FAQ document available below:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – information for children, young people and families from the Inherited Cardiovascular Disease team (246.49 KB)

The general COVID-19 FAQs from GOSH can also be found here

The Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases Unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is a multidisciplinary service specialising in the diagnosis, evaluation and management of young people with inherited cardiac conditions. 

The highly specialist service cares for children and families affected by a range of genetic heart conditions, and is staffed by experienced doctors, nurses, genetic counsellors and psychologists who are experts in the care of patients affected by this group of conditions.

The team runs outpatient clinics throughout the week at GOSH where they see patients diagnosed with inherited cardiomyopathies, arrhythmias and aortopathies. The team also looks after children who are at risk of inheriting one of these conditions due to a known or suspected family history of an inherited heart condition. Please click on the links below for further information about the team and the services provided by the Centre for Inherited Cardiovascular Disease.

Further information about the Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases Unit.

Discover more about the conditions we treat.

Information about the different clinics which are run by the Inherited Cardiovascular Disease Team.

Comprehensive staff list from the Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases Unit.

Find out about inherited cardiovascular diseases research.

Find out more about how to get your child screened for cardiac conditions.

Find out more about the range of cardiac screening tests we use. 

Information about the charities which work to support patients diagnosed with inherited cardiovascular disease.
Details on how to contact the Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases Unit.