Organ Transplantation

America’s premier transplant program performs more transplants than any other hospital in the country while achieving better survival rates through innovative approaches.

Why Choose Us

The transplant program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is one of the most experienced, innovative, and established programs in the country.

NewYork-Presbyterian is an international leader in the transplantation of organs including the heart, lung, liver, kidney, intestine, and pancreas. Across our two campuses — NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center — we have performed the most transplant surgeries in the United States. With programs that have existed for decades, we are one of the top organ transplant programs in the country and have better than expected outcomes. Patients from around the world seek us out for our expertise, innovative approaches, and reputation for providing many types of transplants more quickly than other centers.

Our Team

Patients travel from across the country and around the world to seek care from our world-renowned doctors.

Our teams have performed over 15,000 transplants in the lifetime of our programs. Patients seek us out for our depth of experience and ability to bring together world-class doctors across multiple specialties to address the complex care needs for organ failure.

Our Approach to Care

A team of specialists for every stage of care.

When you or your loved one comes to us for a transplant, we bring together the specialists needed to provide care at every step of the journey. Each patient receives care from a multidisciplinary team that specializes in transplant care. This team includes a dedicated transplant coordinator, medical doctors with expertise in the organ being transplanted, transplant surgeons, transplant nurses, transplant social workers, transplant psychiatrists, transplant dietitians, transplant pharmacists, transplant financial counselors, and other healthcare professionals with the compassion and skills to coordinate the many facets of transplant care. Transplantation is a major procedure. You will need lifelong care and follow-up, and we are here to provide it for you with empathy and expertise.