Dealing with end-stage renal disease involves a lot of decisions, including the complex but exciting possibility of kidney transplant. If you’re a potential transplant recipient, you want to make an informed choice that’s right for you.
Since 1969, pioneering surgical teams at California Pacific Medical Center have performed more than 4,000 kidney transplants and now earn the top spot nationally for risk-adjusted survival rates. Thanks in part to the continued generosity of organ donors, we help more than 200 people each year to achieve a dialysis-free life through a new kidney or simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplant.
CPMC’s Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program commits to providing you, your family and primary physician personalized attention and education. Transplantation is not an isolated surgical procedure, but part of a continuum of medical care for your end-stage renal disease, so we’ll be with you every step of the way.