The Kentucky Adult Congenital Heart (KACH) Program at the UK Gill Heart & Vascular Institute is the only such program in Central and Eastern Kentucky. Our experts partner with you to provide personalized, adult-focused care and treatment of your congenital heart defect.
Adults born with heart defects face unique challenges. They outgrow their pediatric cardiologists, but their heart problems can be very different from cardiac conditions that begin during adulthood.
Our KACH Program is led by Andrew R. Leventhal, MD, PhD, one of only a few adult congenital heart disease specialists in the nation. With broad cardiovascular disease experience – including heart valve repair, structural heart conditions and interventional
cardiology – Dr. Leventhal provides personalized, expert management and treatment of your unique congenital heart condition.
Take the first step toward lifelong care of your congenital heart condition. Contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Specialists at the Kentucky Adult Congenital Heart Program are experienced in treating a variety of congenital heart defects.
Andrew R. Leventhal, MD, PhD, leads our specialized team in the personalized support, care and treatment of adults with congenital heart defects. We collaborate with other Gill Heart & Vascular Institute experts to ensure you receive testing and treatments that address your unique heart condition. Collaborating doctors include:
At the Gill Heart Institute, you’ll receive coordinated care from areas including:
Patients: Please call 859-323-0295
Referring physicians: Please call UK●MDs at 800-888-5533 or 859-231-9922
UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital - Pavilion GGill Heart & Vascular Institute800 Rose St.Lexington KY 40536-0200
Call 859-323-0295Fax 859-257-8699
Parking is available at the UK HealthCare Parking Garage (PS #8).
Insurance policies can vary widely. Please check with your doctor/clinic for specific insurance information before your visit or procedure to avoid unexpected out-of-pocket costs. See list of insurers »