We support you to thwart any pediatric heart ailment and provide you with the best and most affordable care at every step of regaining your health.
-Dr Amitoz Baidwan
Why a Pediatric Cardiologist?
Pediatric Cardiologist is specialized in diagnosing and managing congenital heart diseases from Foetus to Adulthood. He is also involved in the management of acquired heart diseases in pediatric population such as Heartfailure, Cardiomyopathy, Arrhythmias, Kawasaki disease and MICS (Postcovid).
He is involved in delineating the Anatomy of the heart, assessing the hemodynamic effects in congenital heart disease and deciding when and how to correct the lesion, i.e. by catheter-based intervention (non-surgical method) or surgically.
Pediatric cardiologists work closely with primary care pediatricians , Pediatric intensivist, Neonatologist, to provide coordinated and comprehensive care to children with complex congenital heart diseases and sick children with multiorgan failure .
Choose The Best Treatment For Your Child
Symptoms that might Indicates a Health Problem in Children & Neonates
Difficulty in breathing
sweating over the forehead
increased heart beat and cyanosis
What Says our Patients
Excellent! Always has enough time to talk through my child related issues and to set out choices and options. Doesn’t mind my questions and understands my worries. I would recommend him wholeheartedly Thankyou Dr Amitoz Baidwan for your convinient help.
My experience with Dr. Amitoz has been quite “life changing”. He is wonderful at explaining everything relating to my Child condition, and I would not hesitate in recommending him to anyone. He is certainly one of the best health professionals I have ever dealt with.
I would like to thank Doctor Amitoz for curing my son of chest pain After it had reached intolerable levels and having had a failed ablation in 2019 resulting in chest Pain, I asked in December 2020 for a referral to Doctor Amitoz for a consultation .
Dr Amitoz appears to be highly knowledgeable and competent in his field. His approach is collaborative, engaging the patient in the decision making process and taking the time to explain the evidence properly so that an informed decision can be made.