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List of Kidney Transplant Hospitals

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List of Kidney Transplant Hospitals
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When people reach the end of the useful life of one or both of their kidneys through disease, the option beyond dialysis--a mechanical medical cleaning procedure that substitutes for the work of the kidneys--is typically transplantation. Because people have two kidneys, a living donor may provide a kidney for a medically compatible person. While once considered experimental and dangerous, since the first successful kidney transplant in a human in 1954, the procedure has become a viable treatment option.

Mayo Clinic

The Mayo Clinic states that its surgeons perform 450 kidney transplants each year. The Mayo Clinic has treatment locations in Minnesota, Florida and Arizona. Along with providing immunosuppression therapy for kidney recipients, which is required in all transplants to prevent the person’s body from rejecting the organ as a foreign material, the Mayo Clinic assists children and adults with transplants from living donors as well as from deceased ones.

The Mayo Clinic
200 First Street S.W.
Rochester, MN 55905

Cleveland Clinic

In 2009, Cleveland Clinic staff completed 161 kidney transplants. According to the Cleveland Clinic website, their kidney transplant program is part of a broad medical and surgical strategy to manage kidney disease with the therapy most appropriate for the patient, up to and including kidney transplants

The Cleveland Clinic
9500 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44195


Ranked by the magazine U.S. News & World Report as among the best hospitals for patients with kidney disease, Cedars-Sinai offers a full range of kidney transplant options. For example, for people who suffer from Type I diabetes as well as renal failure, the hospital performs a transplantation of a new pancreas at the same time as the kidney.

8700 Beverly Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Albany Medical Center

Albany Medical Center, located in the capital of New York, started its kidney transplant program in 1969. According to the medical center's website, the average staff member has been with the transplant program for 10 years. The hospital’s Division of Renal and Pancreatic Transplant Services claims experience in transplantation because of its long-standing program.

Albany Medical Center
43 New Scotland Avenue
Albany, NY 12208

Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins Hospital, associated with Johns Hopkins University, claims one of the oldest kidney transplant services in the United States. Started in 1968, the organization has a dedicated team of doctors, surgeons and other medical professionals to help the person through the transplant process.

Johns Hopkins Hospital
600 North Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21231

Stanford Hospital & Clinics

Stanford Hospital & Clinic's website boasts “the best one-year survival rate” of approximately 98 percent of patients receiving transplants of kidneys and pancreases. The organization is associated with Stanford University. The hospital administration states that it has performed more than 1,200 kidney transplants since the Kidney Transplant Program began in 1991.

Stanford Hospital & Clinics
Boswell Building
300 Pasteur Drive
Suite A160
Stanford, CA 94305

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