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Transplant at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics is one of the world's foremost organ transplant programs. UW Health physicians are recognized experts in their field, providing care to patients in our heart, lung, kidney, liver, pancreas, intestine, islet cell and pediatric transplant programs. More about UW Health Transplant | UW Organ and Tissue Donation


Donna received a liver transplant at UW Hospital and Clinics. 

UNOS Redistricting Concept


The UNOS Liver and Intestinal Organ Transplantation Committee is circulating a concept paper suggesting the redistribution of donor livers from a regional basis to either a four- or eight-district national model.


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Sheri and her husband married just two months after she donated a kidney to her brother via the belly-button procedure.

Living Donation


Sheri and her husband married just two months after she donated a kidney to her brother via the "belly-button" procedure. "You wouldn't believe me if I told you I had surgery, because I have no scar to prove it," Sheri says.


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UW Hospital and Clinics ranked the No. 1 Hospital in Wisconsin by U.S. News and World Report 

Why Choose UW Health Transplant?


Located at Wisconsin's top hospital, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report, the UW Health Transplant Program is consistently one of the largest transplant programs in the United States and a strong option for transplant patients in the U.S.


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UW Health Transplant Calendar 2014: Kaylin

Meet the People in Our Calendar


Kaylin (left) and all of the people featured in our 2014 Transplant Calendar are, in their own unique and wonderful way, actively promoting donation and transplantation.


Meet our calendar participants

UW Health Transplant: surgeons in operating room 



UW Health is one of the national leaders in outcomes using left ventricular assist devices (LVAD) for patients with end-stage heart failure. Our team uses a broad spectrum of left ventricular assist devices, tailoring selection to meet each patient's individual needs.


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