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The Children’s Heart Federation is dedicated to helping children with congenital or acquired heart disease and their families in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

We are a parent-led charity consisting of more than twenty organisations, many of which are registered charities whose main aim is the support of families of children with heart conditions.

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21 Apr 2015

21/04/15  Children’s Heart Federations response to NHS England’s consultation on investing in specialised services

The Children’s Heart Federation (CHF) is dedicated to helping children with congenital or acquired heart disease and their families in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) is a general term used to refer to a series of birth defects affecting the heart. It is the most common type of birth congenital condition […]

2nd Apr 2015

02/04/15  Statement in response to Open Heart online journal report

Children’s Heart Federation supports a focus on survival outcomes and measures of morbidity for heart children The Children’s Heart Federation supports the recommendation to focus on survival outcomes for heart children in a recent online report published in ‘Open Heart’. Despite the rise in the complexity of cases, the survival of children with congenital heart […]

3 Mar 2015

03/03/15  More donor hearts needed for transplants

Increasing numbers of people in the USA are developing heart failure, while heart transplant waiting lists are becoming longer, a new study published in the American Journal of Transplantation reveals. The study shows a 32% heart donor acceptance in 2010, with older donor age, female sex, and medical conditions predicting non-acceptance of hearts from donors. […]

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Children’s Heart Federation:
Unit 3.37
Whitechapel Technology Centre
75 Whitechapel Road
London
E1 1DU

Freephone Infoline :
0808 808 5000
(9.30am – 4.30pm Mon to Fri)

Office Tel :
020 7422 0630 (9am-5pm Mon to Fri)