Specialized Transplant Expertise Takes a Team Approach to Care
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.
- Liver and bile duct
- Multiple-organ transplants such as pancreas-kidney, liver-kidney, heart-kidney and liver-intestine
In conjunction with the University of Arizona Cancer Center, we do bone marrow transplantations to treat many malignant diseases. We also use the therapy for dealing with inherited and non-malignant diseases. These include:
- Hodgkin’s Disease
Our Institute of Composite Tissue Allotransplantation tackles some of the most complex grafting procedures, including:
- Hand transplants
- Face transplants
- The University of Arizona Medical Center has been providing transplant services for more than 40 years.
- We are a pioneer in providing transplant services. We are the first public institution in the United States to have active programs in all types of adult and pediatric transplants located in one academic medical center.
- Since the early 1980s, our surgeons have performed complex kidney transplants - frequently in combination with other organs - with excellent outcomes.
- Our intestine transplant program for children and adults is the only one of its kind in the Southwest and offers the option of living donor intestine transplants.
- We are considered a transplant center of excellence by many insurance companies and payors.
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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.