We offer medical expertise with plenty of resources to make the transplant process easier. And because of our high kidney transplant rate, patients on our wait list are twice as likely to receive a kidney transplant compared to other programs in the U.S.
Dedicated transplant specialists lead our kidney and pancreas transplant program based at Allegheny General Hospital. In our program, we provide comprehensive kidney and pancreas transplant care that’s customized to you.
Highlights of our program include:
We perform all transplant surgeries at Allegheny General Hospital on a floor dedicated to transplant care. Everyone on our team — including surgeons, nurses, and anesthesiologists — specializes in transplant care.
We are skilled in performing intricate transplant procedures. We offer:
The journey to a kidney or pancreas transplant can feel long and overwhelming. Our team makes the process easier, faster, and safer by coordinating your tests and appointments. Learn more about our transplant process in our patient guide to kidney transplant.
Kidney donation offers people at the end stages of renal disease a new chance at life. If you’re considering kidney donation, we can help you give the gift of life while protecting your health and safety.
Our comprehensive living kidney donor program offers the support you need to make this important decision. And if you decide kidney donation is for you, our surgeons use sophisticated robotic technology to perform the surgery. Robotic surgery makes this already safe procedure even safer. Learn more about kidney donation.
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