UCSF Health’s organ transplant program is one of the largest and most highly regarded in the world. With advances in surgical techniques and improved drug regimens to prevent organ rejection and infection, organ transplantation is now widely recognized as the best treatment for a variety of diseases.
Since our program's founding in the 1960s, it has grown to include transplants of the kidneys, liver, heart, lungs and pancreas. Survival rates for our patients are among the highest in the country, even though we treat some of the most seriously ill patients.
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Among the top hospitals in the nation
Kidney transplants performed each year
in the U.S. for patient survival rates three years after lung transplant
in the U.S. for number of liver transplants performed
in the West for number of living donor liver transplants performed
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