• <nav id="4om2a"><tt id="4om2a"></tt></nav>
  • <object id="4om2a"><acronym id="4om2a"></acronym></object>
  • <object id="4om2a"><u id="4om2a"></u></object>
    <menu id="4om2a"><tt id="4om2a"></tt></menu>
    <input id="4om2a"><u id="4om2a"></u></input>
    <input id="4om2a"></input><input id="4om2a"><u id="4om2a"></u></input>
  • <nav id="4om2a"></nav>
  • <input id="4om2a"></input>
  • <nav id="4om2a"><acronym id="4om2a"></acronym></nav>
    <input id="4om2a"></input>
    <menu id="4om2a"></menu>
  • <input id="4om2a"><acronym id="4om2a"></acronym></input><input id="4om2a"><u id="4om2a"></u></input>
  • About Us

    The UW Health Transplant Program has gained international recognition for leadership in organ preservation, transplant surgery and care of transplant patients.
    Serving patients from the United States and the world for 50 years, the UW Health Transplant Program’s strong commitment to clinical and basic research places it at the forefront of medical technology. The UW Health Transplant Program offers a wide range of services including kidney and live-donor kidney, pancreas, liver and live-donor liver, heart, lung, heart/lung, intestine, multiple organ, islet cell and pediatric transplant services.


    As of March 2019, the following represents the number of organs transplanted at UW Health:
    • Kidney: 10,878
    • Pancreas: 1,797
    • Liver: 2,629
    • Heart: 824
    • Lungs: 1,108
    • Intestine: 30

    The UW Health Transplant Program has performed more than 17,000 transplants.




    The UW Health Transplant Program conducts research in organ preservation, immunosuppressive therapy and immunobiology. Recent work is paving the way for new immunosuppressive drugs to enhance long-term survival for organ transplants without the side effects of conventional immunosuppression.

    More Information