Transplantation and Hepatobiliary Surgery Department of Surgery
The Division of Transplantation and Hepatobiliary Surgery at the University of Florida provides surgical care in the complex areas of abdominal organ (kidney, liver and pancreas) transplantation, lung transplantation and heart transplantation.
UF Health transplantation surgeons work closely with a multidisciplinary transplant team, including medicine physicians, nurses, financial coordinators, donor coordinators, administrative support staff, social workers, physical and respiratory therapists and psychologists at the UF Health Shands Transplant Center.
The University of Florida Division of Transplantation Surgery offers a two-year ASTS accredited multiorgan transplant fellowship along with training in hepatobiliary surgery that conforms to the International Hepatopancreatobiliary Association guidelines.
Since we performed the state of Florida’s first kidney transplant, the UF Health Shands Transplant Center has been an industry leader in transplant medicine, and its staff has provided unparalleled expertise in highly complex, life-saving treatments for patients around the world.
Our center has over 50 years’ experience performing kidney transplants — completing the first one in the state of Florida in 1966. We were also the first in Florida to perform a simultaneous pancreas and kidney transplant in 1995
Our center has over 20 years’ experience providing excellent care to patients with complex liver diseases.Our team members from many specialties work together to provide you with the best care possible.
The UF Health Shands Pancreas Transplant Team has performed more than 100 transplants in the last nine years. Pancreas transplantation is one option available for people with Type I diabetes mellitus.
If you or a loved needs a lung transplant, it’s comforting to know that the caring experts at University of Florida Shands Transplant Center are ready to support you through the journey. Our team has more than 20 years’ experience in advanced lung transplantation techniques.
The team at University of Florida Health Shands Transplant Center has more than 30 years’ experience in advanced heart failure therapies and heart transplantation techniques. We focus on the unique needs of each patient, providing advanced medical treatments with sensitivity and concern.
At the UF Academic Health Center and across the state, University of Florida researchers conduct many different types of clinical research studies, including clinical trials. Studies may involve people with specific medical conditions as well as healthy volunteers.
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