At the Yale New Haven Transplantation Center, physicians offer comprehensive, multidisciplinary care and treatment for patients with end-stage kidney and liver organ failure. We are the largest kidney transplantation program in New England, a pediatric liver transplant program that is nationally recognized in both patient outcomes and number of living donor transplants performed, and the largest living donor kidney transplantation program in New England. A Histocompatibility and Immune Evaluation Laboratory Services provides advanced laboratory and diagnostic services. We are dedicated to the highest level of compassionate and ethical care, as well as the development of new strategies for improving organ implantation and preserving organs through basic science and clinical research.
Our renowned transplant surgeons, hepatologists, nephrologists, nurse practitioners, social workers, and pharmacists work together to address our patients’ needs for managing chronic conditions related to organ disease and end-stage organ failure. A collaborative, multidisciplinary approach generates superior results and provides patients with a comprehensive network for all of their care.
Specialized care is offered in the following areas:
Combined organ transplantation including kidney, kidney/liver, and kidney/heart
Comprehensive tissue typing and immune evaluation services
Follow-up and psychosocial support
Leading-edge treatment options for immunosuppression
Liver transplantation, including adult-to-adult living donor, pediatric living donor, and other surgeries
Minimally invasive living-donor kidney surgeries
Robotic hepatobiliary surgery
Surgical therapy of diseases of the liver and biliary systems and end-stage kidney and liver disease
Telemedicine via patient portal
First Connecticut institution to provide kidney, liver, and pancreas transplantation services
First kidney paired exchange in Connecticut
First split-liver transplant in the state
Largest internal kidney paired exchange in Connecticut