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Specialized Transplant Services

Patients in need of transplant surgery receive care at UPMC from some of the most experienced transplant teams in the world. Family members and caregivers also have access to a variety of resources specifically designed to help them support their loved ones.

  Abdominal Heart and Lung Reconstructive Stem Cell
UPMC Presbyterian/UPMC Montefiore

Adult Division of Critical Care Medicine

Transplant ICU (TICU)


12 North  Transplant Progressive Care Unit  Solid Organ/Reconstructive Transplant



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11 North — Abdominal Transplant Unit Solid Organ/Reconstructive Transplant



Outpatient Transplant Service Center




Renal Inpatient Rounds



Cardiothoracic ICU (CTICU)





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