Kidney, Liver and Pancreas Transplants
Now Offering Pancreas Transplants
The GW Transplant Institute now provides pancreas transplant surgery.
The GW Transplant Institute has a comprehensive kidney and liver transplant program along with the specialty services required to care for transplant surgery patients. About 30 million Americans have chronic kidney disease, according to the National Kidney Foundation (NKF), and approximately 5.5 million Americans are living with chronic liver disease or cirrhosis, according to the American Liver Foundation. For many of these people, a kidney or liver transplant can be the most effective treatment option.
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Schedule an In-Person or Virtual Appointment
Please call our referral service at 202-715-4225 to schedule an in-person or virtual appointment. Virtual Health enables you to speak with providers using your phone, tablet or computer.
Patient Success Story
Paul Smith was sick and needed a kidney transplant. His friend, Jafau Delane, and the transplant team at GW Hospital came to the rescue. Paul now lives a normal, healthy, happy life.
The GW Transplant Institute performs kidney transplants using kidneys from both living and deceased donors.
Learn more about Kidney Transplants →
We offer deceased liver transplant surgery to patients who are evaluated by the GW Transplant Institute and listed with the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS).
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The GW Transplant Institute offers pancreas transplants for patients with diabetes and kidney disease.
Learn more about Pancreas Transplants →
Our Mission, Vision and Core Values
The George Washington Transplant Institute is dedicated to increasing access and care provided to a multicultural and diverse community by utilizing cutting-edge advancements in the field of transplantation.
To save lives and improve outcomes in patients with chronic kidney and liver disease and end-stage renal disease.
- Advance equity in transplantation access
- Advocate for healthier lifestyles by expanding health literacy
- Promote living donor transplantation
- Increase transplantation rates
- Prevent morbidity and mortality post transplantation
The GW Transplant Institute
2131 K Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20037
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