Today there are more than 1 million adult survivors with CHD (3), and the percentage of adult survivors with complex CHD is increasing (4). The slow evolution of ACHD care programs and board specialty certification of ACHD providers has likely contributed to a perceived lack of access to specialized ACHD care. Coupled with additional evidence suggesting that there are currently not enough clinicians with expertise in ACHD care for this growing population (5), we suggest that a coordinated team approach is essential to bridge any gaps in care. The general adult cardiologist needs to be an integral component of this team, together with pediatric cardiologists, primary care physicians, and ACHD specialists. Self-described (and, in the future, accredited) ACHD centers of excellence throughout the United States need to reach out to the general adult cardiology community and consider innovative ways to provide education, resources, and easily accessible consultation.