UPMC Living-Donor Liver Transplant Program
Experts in Living-Donor Liver Transplant
You don't have to wait for a deceased-donor liver transplant. Living-donor liver transplant allows you to get your transplant sooner — before you become sicker. Trust the experts at UPMC who have performed more living-donor liver transplants than any other program in the country.
During a living-donor liver transplant, a healthy adult can donate a portion of their liver to someone with end-stage liver disease. Following the transplant, the donor's liver will regenerate, or grow back, in a few months.
Call 833-683-3555for more information.
At UPMC, we believe that living donation is a first-line option for patients on the waiting list. Living-donor liver transplants help to reduce time spent on the transplant waiting list so you can get back to enjoying life with your family and loved ones.
Learn more about the benefits and risks of living-liver donation.
To learn more about receiving a liver transplant, fill out the form below or call 833-683-3555.
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Why Choose UPMC's Liver Transplant Program
Located in the heart of Pittsburgh, the UPMC Liver Transplant Program is one of the oldest and largest in the United States. That allows us to treat some of the most complex cases. As transplant pioneers, UPMC leads the nation in living-donor liver transplants.
We believe in the lifesaving power of living donation. We discuss it with every patient being evaluated for a liver transplant, even if you have been deemed high-risk and have been turned down for a transplant at another center.
Call 833-683-3555 for more information.
UPMC Living Donor Champion Program
At UPMC, we understand that asking someone to be your living donor can be an overwhelming challenge. We provide one-on-one support and resources for patients who are working to find a living donor.
The UPMC Living Donor Champion Program is designed to help you:
- Learn more about who can become your living donor.
- Speak to your family and friends about living donation and your need to find a donor.
- Identify resources and strategies for finding a suitable living donor.
Learn more about this program.
We pursue a collaborative approach with referring physicians.
Interested In Being A Living Donor?
Learn more about becoming a donor, or register below.
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