Kidney transplant program
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The Hume-Lee Transplant Center has created one of the nation’s most successful kidney transplant programs. We have transplanted close to 3,000 patients since 1967 and perform more than 100 kidney transplants a year, based on organ availability.
Kidney transplantation is not a cure for end-stage renal disease, but an alternative treatment choice for your disease. Other options include hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.
The kidney transplant program offers:
- Deceased donor kidney transplant (previously known as cadaveric kidney transplant)
- Living donor kidney transplant (living related and living unrelated)
- Living donor paired exchange (also called living donor swap)
- Living/deceased donor exchange
- Simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplants (both organs come from a deceased donor)
- Pancreas after kidney transplants
- Laparoscopic donor nephrectomy, using minimally invasive surgical techniques to remove the donated kidney