​UPMC Hamot Kidney Transplant Services

UPMC Hamot works closely with the UPMC Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program of the Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute so patients can expect the same level of care offered by some of the leading transplant experts in the world.

UPMC Hamot is the only location outside of Pittsburgh where UPMC offers this potentially life-saving procedure.

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About the Kidney Transplant Program


UPMC Hamot is proud to partner with the Center for Organ Recovery and Education (CORE), a regional nonprofit organization that works with families of organ donors and health care organizations to recover organs for patients who need them.

CORE is one of 58 federally designated not-for-profit organ procurement organizations in the country and serves 155 hospitals throughout western Pennsylvania and portions of West Virginia and New York.

Living-Donor Kidney Transplant

UPMC Hamot offers kidney transplants from both live and deceased donors.

» Learn more about UPMC Hamot's Living-Donor Kidney Transplant Program

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​Contact Us

For more information about kidney transplant services at UPMC Hamot, call
814-877-3625 or toll-free at
1-844-426-6822 or
send us an email.


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