Children and families from around the world visit the Michigan Medicine Pediatric Renovascular Hypertension Center for expert help managing and treating renovascular hypertension and complex vascular disease. Our team is renowned for experience with even the most complex forms of midaortic syndrome and renal (kidney) artery disease. The Center has maintained a high-volume surgical practice over the past five decades while providing the best possible care for each patient.
Our patients receive seamlessly integrated care from a multidisciplinary team that includes leading specialists in vascular surgery, pediatric nephrology, interventional radiology, pediatric urology, anesthesia and pediatric critical care. Physicians, nurses and social workers work with patients, families and collective care teams to personalize treatment and coordinate every step of care, whenever possible arranging appointments so that multiple specialists can be seen in a single visit.
Michigan Medicine, dedicated to the care of pediatric renovascular hypertension, hosted the first international symposium on the condition in November 2019 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This first-ever collaborative conference featured an array of international physicians and researchers, and highlighted the best practices in patient care, recent discovery and ongoing research — all with the aim of improving patient outcomes.
For domestic and international referrals, call 734-936-5786 or email PediRVH@umich.edu.