Liver Transplant
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Liver Transplant

Get the Facts on Liver Transplants

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Are you suffering from advanced liver disease? A liver transplant can restore you to an optimum level of health and help you resume a healthy and productive life.

Download our free Liver Transplantation Guide to learn:

  • How the liver transplant process works and what you need to know
  • What happens when a match is found
  • Advantages of choosing Cleveland Clinic’s collaborative team of specialists, who treat both adults and children
As the largest liver transplant program in the nation, Cleveland Clinic’s Liver Transplant Program brings together physicians and surgeons who offer a comprehensive level of care that can increase the quality of life. We  provide travel and accommodation assistance for out-of-state patients.

Cleveland Clinic is also one of few programs that performs living donor liver transplantation for both adults and children.

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Request an Appointment

To schedule a same-day consultation or inquire about living donor liver transplantation, please call our team at 216.444.1976.

Did You Know?

  • Cleveland Clinic is the largest liver transplant program in the nation, performing 210 liver transplants in 2021.
  • Patients on our wait list receive transplants nearly twice as fast as the average expected national rate.
  • Cleveland Clinic’s one-year and three-year survival rates exceed the national average.
  • Cleveland Clinic is one of only few academic medical centers that offers laparoscopic living donor surgery for liver transplantation in adults. This advanced technique results in smaller scars and faster recovery for donors.

Did You Know?

Biliary atresia is a condition in newborn babies in which bile is blocked from moving from the liver to the small intestine. In children who have biliary atresia, bile can’t flow to the small intestine, and it builds up in the liver and damages it. The main treatment is surgery.

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