Organ transplant surgery in Dallas
At Medical City Children’s Hospital Transplant Institute, we offer comprehensive transplant services for our pediatric patients. The specialists here understand how overwhelming the transplant process can be, so we are with you and your child every step of the way.
To learn more about our pediatric transplant surgery procedures, please call (972) 566-7199.
Why choose Medical City Children’s Hospital Transplant Institute
There are many reasons patients seek our care, including:
- Our emphasis on preemptive transplant
- Specialization in advanced laparoscopic and robotic surgical techniques for donors
- Living donors are housed in the same facility with pediatric recipients
- Short appointment wait times with flexibility when needed
- Excellent patient outcomes
- Seamless transition to the adult specialists at Medical City once a child reaches 18 years old
Stem cell transplant
For patients with blood cancer or other blood disorders, we offer blood and marrow transplant services. A form of stem cell therapy, these transplants allow patients to receive healthy cells or marrow from a donor. With accreditation from the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy, we provide advanced, individualized care.
As a United Network of Organ Sharing-approved kidney transplant program, patients in need of a new kidney and their donor can be treated in the same facility. The pediatric kidney specialists care for children with end-stage renal disease and help families understand the condition and benefits of transplantation.
How does a child qualify to be a transplant candidate?
Each potential candidate is evaluated on an individual basis and undergoes personalized, comprehensive testing.
Finding the transplant institute
The transplant institute is located in Building C of Medical City Children’s Hospital. We are located on the seventh floor (suite C-750).
Transplant services at Medical City Healthcare
When an organ is compromised by trauma or begins to fail, a transplant may be the most suitable treatment. Transplants involve removing a healthy organ from a donor to replace a diseased organ in a recipient, or include transplanting blood or bone marrow.Learn about Transplant services
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