Transplant at University Hospital 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


The UW Health Transplant Program is among the nation's most active transplant centers 

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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Infographic: UW Health Transplant Program

Karen Nardi is the longest surviving kidney transplant recipient from UW Health 

A Second Chance at Life


Karen's kidney is a survivor. It has lasted for 93 years, even though Karen is only 70. It has survived through many surgeries and even a surprise pregnancy. And with that kidney, Karen is the longest living kidney recipient in the UW Health Tranplant Program.


Read Karen's story | More patient stories

UW Health Transplant Calendar 2018: David Nordin

Meet the People in Our Calendar


Deeply motivated by gratitude for his teenage organ donor, David vowed that he would spend the rest of his life "paying it forward."


Meet our 2018 calendar participants

Living kidney donation 

Ever Wonder What it Takes to be a Living Kidney Donor?


Read how living kidney donor Heidi Badar found her donation to be ‘selfish’.

Learn more about living kidney donation, and use our handy toolkit.

Interested in living donation? Apply here

Transplant Learning Session spacer Waukesha Transplant Clinic, Referrals for Liver and Kidney Transplant