Our team of board-certified physicians from University of Maryland School of Medicine perform more than 450 transplants each year, with expertise in abdominal and thoracic organ transplantation, including liver, heart and adult living donor liver transplantation. As part of an academic medical center, our physicians have access to the latest clinical trials, research, education and treatment options available to ensure patients receive the best outcome possible.
Transplantation is a complex, long-term process, which is why we form a multidisciplinary team of experts at the earliest pre-operative evaluation who remain involved throughout hospitalization and follow-up. In addition to both medical and surgical specialists in the specific transplant areas, the team includes carefully selected experts from a wide range of specialties, including infectious disease, psychiatry, nutrition, social services, physical therapy and more.
Additional consultants, as indicated by medical condition or coexisting diseases, are immediately available and are called in as necessary.
- Dialysis Access
- Liver Transplant
- Heart Transplant
Through our partnership with University of Maryland Medical Center, we are able to provide quick access to additional transplantation services for lung, kidney, face, limb, pancreas and pediatric.
Entering the Transplant Program
Before we list you for a transplant, we will evaluate you. This evaluation helps us determine your placement on the waiting list for a transplant. As part of the evaluation, we will:
- Perform a thorough physical examination
- Study your medical records
- Check if your other organs are strong enough for surgery
- Describe the transplant in detail
- Explain what happens after transplant, including the medications you will need to take
- Ask about your insurance, finances and who will help care for you after surgery
The transplant evaluation takes about four hours. It includes meetings with our transplant team, as well as medical exams and the chance to ask questions. We encourage your support person or caregiver and potential living organ donors to attend the initial evaluation with you.
Prior to your evaluation, our nurse coordinator will be in touch to discuss the process more in depth, and what you need to bring to your evaluation.
Appointments & Information
For additional information about our transplant program, please call 410-328-5408.
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419 W. Redwood Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
University of Maryland Medical Center
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Baltimore, MD 21201
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Bel Air, MD 21014
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5890 Waterloo Road
Columbia, MD 21045