Transplant Patient Information
The University of Maryland Medical Center's (UMMC) Division of Transplantation is one of the busiest transplant programs in the country, with more than 50 years of experience. We are an academic medical center that combines surgical excellence with compassionate care and individualized attention.
Our team has a national reputation for boldly finding new ways to help patients. Each year, we bring life-saving transplants to more than 450 patients and their loved ones. You can feel confident about placing your health or the health of your loved one in our expert hands.
Our transplant center has expertise in:
- Kidney transplant and dialysis access
- Liver transplant
- Face and limb transplant
- Heart transplant
- Lung transplant
- Pancreas transplant
- Pediatric transplant
At UMMC, we are passionate about providing sophisticated, excellent care that meets the needs of each patient as an individual. This care also involves our patients’ families and caregivers every step of the way.
When you begin your transplant evaluation, we will connect you with a nurse coordinator who will:
- Guide you through the transplant process
- Help you understand the transplant procedure and make all of your appointments
Experts from various specialties will work closely together with you, your family and your home physician. Our job is to get you the transplant that you need so you can return to the life you want to lead.
- Transplant Center services
- Entering the transplant program
- Clinic Hours and Locations
- Multiple listing at UMMC
- eVisits for Out of Town Transplant Patients
- Before your transplant
- Day of transplant
- After transplant
- Heart and Lung Transplant Support Group
For additional information about our transplant program or to request an evaluation or an appointment, please call 1-800-492-5538.
For Referring Physicians
To refer a patient or get more information, please call 1-800-373-4111. A physician service representative from Consultation and Referral Services will direct your call to the appropriate physician or department.
For more details, please visit our section for referring physicians.