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A Lifetime Transformed by Transplant

Your Life, Our Commitment. At the Penn Transplant Institute, your health is our priority. We remain committed to safely providing care through telemedicine or in-person visits in a COVID-free environment. As the region’s most experienced transplant center, it’s care you can trust.

Transplant Appointments and Procedures During COVID-19

At the Penn Transplant Institute, our highest priority is making sure you get the care you need, when you need it, in the safest way possible.

How We Are Keeping You Safe

Weve implemented new safety protocols for in-person appointments and procedures. We are continually evaluating patient care to improve treatment.

Telemedicine Appointments

We are offering telemedicine visits for new patient appointments by phone or computer, in the comfort of your own home. Telemedicine visits make it easier for you to access the care you need while also following social distancing guidelines. In-person appointments will be scheduled as appropriate, and patients will be seen in a COVID-free environment.

For new transplant evaluations, please call: 215-316-5145 

Or fill out our online form: Request a Callback

If you are a current transplant patient, please continue to reach out to your care team if you need assistance.

Our physicians, nurses, counselors and surgeons work with patients and their families to determine eligibility for transplantation and follow them through post-op care to ensure the transplanted organ is functioning properly. We have been a pioneer in organ transplantation for more than 50 years, and in that time our experienced team has performed more than 12,500 solid organ transplants.

The Penn Transplant Institute consistently meets or exceeds the national average in all organ transplants. These superior outcomes are a result of the combined efforts of multiple clinical departments across Penn Medicine and a unique, multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of end-stage organ disease.

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Buy Penn Transplant Institute Swag

The Penn Transplant Institute has recently opened an online store. There, you can purchase Penn Transplant Institute and Transplant House clothing and merchandise. All proceeds from the sales of this store are directed to the Clyde F. Barker Penn Transplant House, along with staff education programs.

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Transplant Institute Programs and Services

Hand Transplant

Penn Medicine is one of the few programs in the world that performs this sophisticated type of surgery.

Heart Transplant

Penn’s cardiac surgeons perform more heart transplants than all regional centers combined.

Kidney Transplant

A comprehensive program for patients suffering from end-stage kidney disease

Living Donor Kidney Transplant

One of the largest and most experienced living donor kidney transplant programs in the country.

Liver Transplant

The most experienced program in the region for treating patients with end-stage liver disease.

Living Donor Liver Transplant

Penn Medicine is a pioneer in adult-to-adult liver transplants with a live donor.

Lung Transplant

A comprehensive program for patients with advanced lung diseases such as emphysema and cystic fibrosis

Pancreas Transplant

The first program in the region to offer pancreas transplant as treatment for type 1 diabetes.

Uterus Transplant

Uterus transplant has the potential to give women with uterine factor infertility the opportunity to carry and deliver a child

The Transplant House

The Clyde F. Barker Penn Transplant House is a guest house for transplant patients, families and caregivers to stay when traveling to Penn Medicine for care and far from home.

From Our Blog

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Transplant Update

The Penn Medicine Transplant blog features short postings with news about the transplant program at Penn Medicine, notices about upcoming events and health information. Subscribe to the blog and stay connected with Penn's Transplant Program!

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