Division of Cardiology


The Division of Cardiology within the Department of Pediatrics at The University of New Mexico School of Medicine offers one-stop care for fetuses, infants, children and young adults. As the state’s leader in academic pediatric cardiology, our clinic conducts more than 7,000 visits and diagnostic studies each year.

Division Breakdown



Faculty clinical research interests include:

  • Balloon dilation of stenotic valves
  • Complex arrhythmia management
  • Fetal diagnosis and management
  • Heart failure and heart transplant management
  • Heart rate variability in the developing fetus
  • Inherited arrhythmias
  • Inherited causes of cardiomyopathy in children
  • Diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization
  • Outreach clinical services and community partnership
  • Pulse oximetry screening in newborns
  • Tele-echocardiography collaboration with rural or community hospitals

Clinical Care

Visit pediatric cardiac care to view our clinical services.


Jackie Fridge, Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology

Division Chief

Jon Love, MD has been serving as the Division Chief of Cardiology for 2 years. His expertise within cardiology is interventional cardiac catheterization. See his full bio at our faculty directory.