Medial City Transplant Institute – Center for Liver Diseases
Medical City Healthcare provides comprehensive liver treatment for patients with advanced liver disease, liver cancer and hepatobiliary diseases at the Medical City Transplant Institute Center for Liver Diseases at Medical City Dallas.
The Medical City Transplant Institute’s team of experienced and dedicated physicians, surgeons, pharmacists, nurses and other hospital staff works closely with patients diagnosed with a wide range of liver conditions and diseases. For patients experiencing liver failure, the transplant specialists at Medical City Transplant Institute can provide seamless coordination of care and expert treatment.
Liver conditions we treat include:
- Acute liver failure
- Alcoholic liver disease
- Autoimmune liver disease
- Benign liver tumors/masses
- Cancers of the liver and bile ducts (hepatobiliary cancer)
- Cirrhosis (chronic liver disease and complication)
- Hereditary and metabolic liver disease
- Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)
- Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH)
- Vascular liver disease
- Viral hepatitis
To learn more about the Comprehensive Liver Center at Medical City Dallas, please call (972) 566-4200.
Comprehensive liver transplant services
Multidisciplinary specialists on the Medical City Dallas liver transplant team include a transplant hepatologist, transplant surgeons, other specialty physicians, a transplant coordinator, nurse practitioner, social workers, clinical dietitians and other support staff.
If you’re a candidate for liver transplantation surgery, coordinators will provide step-by-step guidance, education and support from pre-transplant testing through surgery and post-transplant care.
Medical City Healthcare participates in UNOS (United Network for Organ Sharing), a nationwide program whose mission is to increase the number of organs recovered and the number of transplants performed, as well as to ensure equitable access to transplant for all patients.
Liver transplant resources
Support and educational resources for patients with liver disease include:
- American Liver Foundation
- National Library of Medicine
- Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients
- United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)
Where to find us
The Transplant Institute is located at Medical City Dallas in Building C, suite C-339.
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