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Transplant Center

When you are considering where to get a transplant, you can trust the multidisciplinary team at Loyola Medicine to guide you through the process with compassion and care.

The Loyola transplant team leaves no question unanswered.

We provide expert care for heart, lung, kidney, liver, pancreas and bone marrow and stem cell transplants, including multi-organ transplants.

We make sure our patients are informed and comfortable about their choice for transplant care, connecting them with experts in surgery, nutrition, social work, financial coordination, physical therapy and psychology as they move through the transplant process of care.

Core Services

We have one goal: restoring you to better health. Your Loyola transplant team members will take to time to explain your options and recommended course of treatment.

Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant

Replacing unhealthy bone marrow or stem cells with healthy cells may be the right treatment for patients with certain types of cancer.

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Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant

Heart Transplant

Advanced and end-stage heart failure patients are evaluated and treated by heart transplant specialists who consider many factors to determine candidacy for transplant.

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Heart Transplant

Kidney Transplant

End-stage kidney disease and failure patients receive advanced care from our nephrologists and transplant surgeons.

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Kidney Transplant

Liver Transplant

Liver disease and failure patients considered for a transplant are given the most integrated, comprehensive care from our hepatologists and transplant surgeons.

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Liver Transplant

Lung Transplant

Patients with end-stage lung failure or lung diseases receive advanced care from Loyola pulmonologists and transplant surgeons.

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Lung Transplant

Pancreas Transplant

Patients who are unable to control their type 1 diabetes or have issues with blood sugar levels or insulin may benefit from a pancreas transplant at Loyola.

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Pancreas Transplant

Living Donor Program

Living organ donation can dramatically decrease wait times for transplant and lead to better outcomes. Find out if you are a candidate for the Living Donor Program.

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Living Donor Program

Pay-It-Forward Program

For patients who have a willing but incompatible donor, Loyola can offer help with living-donor kidney chains through the pay-it-forward program to reduce wait times and lead to better outcomes.

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Pay-It-Forward Program

Our Care Team

    quote I can see the progress. I can see that every day I’m getting stronger.
    Jim Segreto
    Loyola Medicine's 1,000th lung transplant patient

    Transplant Videos

    Loyola Lung Transplant Patient Celebrates Anniversary
    Lung Transplant Program at Loyola Medicine
    Loyola Medicine Performs Living Donor Liver Transplant
    Loyola Launches Pancreas Transplant Program