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Transplant Surgery

Organ Transplant Services

Health problems related to your major organs, including the liver, kidneys, or pancreas may become life-threatening at any time. That’s why you want treatment from a highly regarded medical center connected to a leading transplant center.

Organ Transplant Services Close to Home

If you or a loved one needs a liver, kidney, or pancreas transplant, trust Oklahoma Transplant Center solid-organ specialists at OU Health in Oklahoma City for expert care using an integrated, multidisciplinary approach. You become part of Oklahoma’s largest and most experienced transplant team whose members work with specialists at our academic medical center to apply the latest research and solid-organ transplant techniques, including robotic-assisted surgical procedures.

At OU Health Oklahoma Transplant Center, you receive seamless care that includes a pre-transplant coordinator who sets up and keeps you informed of all tests and meetings, so your transplant process unfolds as smoothly as possible. In addition, you benefit from a dedicated organ procurement surgeon and team who ensure the transfer process functions efficiently for optimal results.

Take advantage of solid organ services at OU Health for:

Living Donor Program

If you’re willing to give the gift of health through an organ donation, learn how to participate in the OU Health Living Donor Program. As a living donor, you may qualify for kidney removal through a minimally invasive, robotic-assisted procedure that often results in a shorter hospital stay and faster recovery.

UNOS-Certified Pediatric Transplant

Young people who need a liver or kidney transplant receive expert care from the only United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)-certified pediatric liver and kidney program in Oklahoma. You’ll find Oklahoma Transplant Center experts at Oklahoma Children’s Hospital OU Health in Oklahoma City, where physicians have performed pediatric kidney transplants for decades, including more than 50 procedures since 2012.