At every step of the process – before, during and after transplant surgery – our multidisciplinary team is focused on giving you the best possible care and outcome.
For more information on transplant surgery or to request an appointment, please call our Patient Service Center at (520) 694-7365 for liver, kidney or pancreas transplants, or (520) 694-5200 for heart or lung transplants. You may also request an appointment by completing the Request an Appointment form and selecting Transplant Surgery as the specialty.
To learn about the transplant offerings or to request an appointment in Phoenix, please visit Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix's Transplant Services page.
Comprehensive Transplant Program
Bone and Marrow Transplants
Blood and Marrow Transplants (BMT), also known as hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, is often an effective treatment for leukemia, lymphoma, multiple myeloma and other blood disorders. Learn more
A heart transplant is when a failing heart is replaced with a donor heart. This operation is performed after other medical or surgical options have been exhausted, but for some people with advanced heart failure, a transplant is the best option. Learn more
Patients with progressive chronic kidney disease that leads to kidney failure should be considered for a transplant. We evaluate every case regardless of age and no matter what the primary cause of kidney failure. Learn more
If you are in need of a liver transplant, we are dedicated to personalized patient education, care and service both before and after surgery. Learn more
If you have Type I diabetes, pancreatic cancer or another disorder requiring insulin, we can help you return to a healthier life without the need of insulin injections. Learn more
Including pancreas-kidney, liver-kidney and heart-kidney
Help save a life by registering to be an organ, eye or tissue donor through Donate Life. Learn more
The University of Arizona conducts a variety of research studies and clinical trials that support our commitment to improving patient care. For more information, visit the University of Arizona Clinical Trials site.