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Living-Donor Liver Transplant

With more than 15,000 Americans on the waitlist for a liver transplant — and only about 5,000 deceased-donor livers available for transplant — living-liver donation offers many benefits.

For those thinking about donating a portion of their liver, UPMC's living-donor liver transplant team works together to make the process run smoothly.

Supporting You During the Liver Donation Process

We recognize how hard the decision to donate an organ can be. Our liver transplant team will serve as your support system each step of the way.

We'll help prepare and educate about:

 

Become a Liver Donor

If you'd like more information about becoming a liver donor, call toll-free 1-877-640-6746 or contact a UPMC living-donor liver transplant nurse coordinator at:

  • 412-647-5647
  • 412-647-5489
  • 412-647-5512

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