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Welcome to Pediatric Cardiology of Southeastern Michigan, the private practice of Hanna Khouri, M.D., and Rossitza Pironkova, M.D. We are dedicated to providing you and your family with exceptional care.

Our pediatric cardiology services encompass diagnosing and treating heart conditions from prenatal stages through infancy, childhood, adolescence, and early adulthood. We also offer a wide range of in-office procedures in five convenient office locations. Please review our new patient information below and explore our FAQs. Thank you!

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New Patients – 1st Visit Checklist

Please prepare for your child’s first pediatric cardiology appointment by gathering essential documents and information. This checklist will help ensure a smooth and successful visit.

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Appointment Details

Double-check the date, time, and location of the appointment and arrive 15 minutes early for check-in.

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ID & Insurance Card

Parents and patients 18+, remember to bring a valid form of indentification and your insurance card.

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Ensure you bring the referral form or relevant paperwork provided by the referring physician.
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Comfort Items for Your Child

Bring a favorite toy, blanket, or snack for your child’s comfort. For infants, consider a bottle or pacifier.

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List of Current Medications

List all current prescription and over-the-counter medications, supplements, and vitamins your child is taking.

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Imaging & Test Results

Bring copies of any relevant imaging studies or diagnostic test results your child has undergone.

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Family Medical History

Provide detailed information about any family history of heart conditions or relevant medical issues.

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Questions & Concerns

Note down any questions or concerns you have about your child’s heart health that you’d like to discuss.

Frequently Asked Questions

Best Pediatric Cardiologist in Michigan

The best pediatric cardiology private practice in Michigan with offices in Troy, Dearborn, Novi and Bay City.

What hospital systems are you affiliated with?

Dr. Khouri and Dr. Pironkova are on staff and consult at major Southeast Michigan health systems, including: 

  • Ascension Providence:
    • Ascension Providence Hospital, Southfield Campus (Southfield)
    • Ascension Providence Hospital, Campus (Novi)
  • Corewell Health:
    • Beaumont Hospital, Troy (Troy)
    • Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn (Dearborn)
    • Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills (Farmington Hills)
  • Garden City Hospital:
    • Garden City Hospital (Garden City)
  • Henry Ford Health System:
    • Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital (Wyandotte)
  • McLaren Health:
    • McLaren Macomb Hospital (Mount Clemens)
  • St. Joseph Mercy Health System:
    • St. Joseph Mercy Oakland (Pontiac)
  • Children’s Hospital of Michigan
  • University of Michigan Mott’s Children’s Hospital

What insurance plans do you accept?

Pediatric Cardiology of Southeastern Michigan, accepts all insurance plans including:

  • Aetna – PPO POS
  • Aetna Better Health of Michigan – Medicaid
  • Ambetter from Meridian
  • BCBSM – Blue Cross Complete – Medicaid
  • BCBSM – Marketplace – EPO
  • BCBSM – Marketplace (Various Metal Products)
  • BCBSM – Traditional
  • BCN – HMO
  • BCN – Marketplace (Various Metal Products)
  • BCN – POS
  • Beaumont Employee Health Plan
  • Cash/Credit Cards
  • Cigna Preferred HAP – EPO POS PPO
  • Cofinity
  • Community Care Associates
  • HAP – CareSource Medicaid
  • HAP – HMO
  • HAP – Marketplace (Various Products)
  • HAP Alliance – Marketplace (Various Products)
  • Humana – Marketplace – HMOx
  • McLaren Health Plan – HMO POS
  • McLaren Health Plan – Medicaid
  • Medicaid
  • Meridian Health Plan – Medicaid
  • Molina Healthcare – Marketplace (Various Metal Products)
  • Molina Healthcare – Medicaid
  • Molina Healthcare – MI Health Link
  • Multiplan – POS PPO
  • Priority Health – HMO
  • Priority Health – Marketplace (Various Metal Products)
  • Priority Health – Medicaid
  • Priority Health – PPO
  • Tricare (Champus)
  • United Healthcare – EPO POS PPO
  • United Healthcare – Medicaid

If you do not see your plan listed, please give our office a call at (248) 335-8500 for more information.

What if I don't have insurance?

If you don’t have insurance, we offer discounted pricing for patients without coverage. Please call our office at (248) 335-8500 for more information on our rates and payment options. We’re here to help!

Where are your office locations?

Pediatric Cardiology for Southeastern Michigan has five office locations in Michigan:

  • Troy, MI | Main Office
  • Dearborn, MI
  • Novi, MI
  • Grand Blanc, MI
  • Bay City, MI

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How do I schedule an appointment?

To schedule an appointment, for all office locations call (248) 335-8500 or request an appointment online through our website. Our staff will work with you to find a convenient time for your child’s visit.

What is the typical wait time for an appointment?

Same-day appointments are available for urgent matters for all patients. New patients can typically be seen within the week, and fetal echocardiograms are scheduled within 72 hours.

How long will my child's appointment typically last?

The length of your child’s appointment will vary depending on the reason for the visit and any tests or procedures that may be necessary. Generally, you can expect the initial appointment to last about an hour.

What is your appointment cancellation policy? Is there a charge?

We require 24-hour notice for cancellations. The office policy is to charge a $25 fee for same-day cancellations and no-shows.

What form of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, checks, and debit cards, as well as VISA, MasterCard, and Discover for credit card payments. Payment plans are available. Please call our office at (248) 335-8500 for full details.

How does the practice communicate with patients and their families, especially regarding test results and treatment plans?

Communication occurs during appointments and over the phone.

What is the process for follow-up appointments and ongoing care?

Follow-up appointments are typically scheduled in the office after the visit. Alternatively, patients can call the office to schedule appointments. If they prefer a reminder, they will receive a call and/or email informing them that it’s time to schedule a follow-up.

What can I expect during my child's appointment with the pediatric cardiologist?

During the appointment, the pediatric cardiologist will review your child’s medical history, and perform a physical examination, an EKG, and an echocardiogram. If required, a holter or event monitor will be placed at the time of the visit. Additional diagnostic tests or procedures, if needed, will be referred to one of our affiliated hospitals for further testing.

How soon will we receive the results of any tests or procedures?

We strive to provide prompt results for all tests and procedures performed in our office. Our staff will communicate with you regarding the timing of the results and any follow-up needed. EKG and echocardiogram results are discussed on the same day of the appointment. Typically, the doctors receive the results of the Holter monitors one week after they’re turned in, and event monitors about two weeks after they are mailed back. If you don’t receive a call with the results, please give the office a call at (248) 335-8500 and a message will be left for the doctor to call you back with the results.

What if my child experiences a cardiac emergency outside of office hours?

In the event of a cardiac emergency, please call 911 or proceed to the nearest emergency room for immediate medical attention. Afterward, you can contact our office to inform us of the situation, and we will coordinate follow-up care as needed.

Do you offer telemedicine appointments for follow-up visits or consultations?

No, we do not offer telemedicine appointments.

Does the practice collaborate with other specialists or hospitals for more complex cases?

Yes, our doctors collaborate with Corewell Dearborn, Ascension Providence Hospital Novi, Ascension Providence Hospital Southfield, Children’s Hospital of Michigan, and the University of Michigan Mott’s Children’s Hospital for further diagnostic testing or surgical procedures.

How does the practice coordinate care with a child's primary care physician or other healthcare providers?

Office notes after the visit are sent to the pediatrician. If our doctors refer a patient for further diagnostic testing or surgical procedures at the hospital, the office notes from the visit will be sent to them as well.
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