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The University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) has more than 50 years of experience in organ transplantation.

As an academic medical center, our team continually looks to find new ways to help patients. Each year, we bring life-saving transplants to more than 400 patients and their loved ones.

Entering the Transplant Program

To enter our transplant program and be placed on an organ waiting list requires a thorough evaluation of your medical history and an examination.

While most transplant candidates are referred to the program by a medical professional or social worker, they may also enter by calling us directly at 1-800-492-5538.

All transplants are performed at UMMC's downtown Baltimore campus; however, evaluations and follow-up care can be done at a number of locations in the Mid-Atlantic region. We offer eVisits for the initial evaluation for out-of-state patients.

Transplant Evaluation

When you begin your transplant evaluation, we will connect you with one of our transplant nurse coordinators who will:

  • Help you understand what to expect of the transplant process
  • Make all of your appointments
  • Answer questions and be a consistent point of contact for you

Experts from various specialties will work closely together with you, your family and your home physician. At UMMC, we are passionate about providing personalized care that meets the needs of each individual and involves patients’ families and caregivers every step of the way.

About UMMC Transplant Program

We are an academic medical center that combines innovative surgical techniques with compassionate care.

Our liver and kidney programs work with living-donor transplants as well as offer pediatric transplant surgeries. Our pancreas transplant program offers simultaneous pancreas and kidney transplants.

More information in our programs:

Contact Us

For additional information about our transplant program or to request an evaluation or an appointment, please call 1-800-492-5538.

For Physicians

To refer a patient or learn more about referring a patient for transplant, call 1-800-373-4111. A physician service representative from Consultation and Referral Services will direct your call to the appropriate physician or department.