University of Michigan Transplant Center doctors have been performing transplants since the first transplant in Michigan was performed here in 1964. We perform over 300 transplants annually, making us the largest and most experienced transplant center in Michigan, and among the largest in the nation.
The University of Michigan Transplant Center is committed to:
- Cutting-edge research that will benefit today's patient and the patients of the future U-M Transplant Center's Cavocavostomy Technique
- Leadership in the development of innovative techniques
- Improvement in the quality of life for organ transplant recipients
- Education programs related to transplantation
- Enhanced organ donation awareness aimed at improving the availability of organs
We Perform Transplants Other Centers Can’t
Because of our high volume, decades of experience, cutting-edge therapies and multidisciplinary team of specialists, we can help people who have been turned down by other centers, including those with advanced heart or vascular disease and people with obesity. We can even offer kidney transplants to those who are “sensitized” (having high amounts of antibodies circulating in the blood that can result in rejecting the kidney).
Outreach Clinics for Evaluation and Pre-Transplant Medical Care
We have expanded to include a fully staffed clinics with a dedicated team of transplant experts in cities around Michigan.