The University of Michigan, the largest and most experienced transplant program in Michigan is celebrating 50 years of performing transplants. Since 1964, we have performed over 10,000 transplants. We also have a very robust pediatric program, having done over 1,000 pediatric transplants.
- Since 1964, over 6,000 kidney transplants, an average of 200 per year were performed. We currently follow over 2,500 patients post-transplant.
- Since 1984, over 400 pancreas transplants were performed.
- Since 1985, over 2,000 liver transplants, an average of 70 per year were performed. We currently follow over 1,000 patients post-transplant
- Since 1985, over 600 lung transplants, an average of 30 per year were performed. We currently follow over 260 patients post-transplant
- Since 1984, over 1000 heart transplants, an average of 40 per year were performed. We currently follow over 450 patients post-transplant
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Quality of care measures for other types of transplants will be added in the near future. You can also visit the Scientific Registry for Transplant Recipients website, which offers information about all transplant centers in the country.