Transplant Center Search Results

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Showing 269 results for kidney transplant centers, adult patients

Click column headers below to sort the results by distance, transplant rate, transplant volume, or by outcome assessment:

Distance

Sorting the search results by distance orders transplant programs by proximity to your selected location.

Distance

If you input a zip code above, it will sort transplant programs by proximity to your selected location.

Transplant Volume

Transplant volume is the number of transplants performed by the program during a recent 1-year period. You can choose to view adult transplant counts (the default) or pediatric transplant counts (recipients aged younger than 18 at the time of transplant) from the Recipient drop-down list above. You can also sort the results by transplant rate by clicking the button above.

Transplant Rate

The transplant rate is a measure of how frequently patients undergo transplant at the program. The numbers indicate how many patients undergo transplant for every 100 patients per year of waiting. Transplants from deceased donors and from living donors are counted. You can choose adult transplant rates (the default) or pediatric transplant rates (recipients aged younger than 18 at the time of transplant) from the Recipient drop-down list above. You can also sort the results by transplant volume by clicking the button above. Click here for more information.

Outcome Assessment

The outcome assessment is a risk-adjusted assessment evaluating how often patients are alive with a functioning transplanted organ 1 year after transplant. Assessments range from 1 (worst) to 5 (best). The assessment is assigned after case-mix adjustment for the types of recipients who undergo transplant at the program and the donors used by the program. The program's outcomes are compared with outcomes for other programs in the country that perform similar types of transplants. Search results are sorted by adult outcome assessments by default, so programs with the best assessments appear at the top of the list. You can choose to view assessments for pediatric recipients from the Recipient drop-down list above; however, SRTR may not evaluate outcomes for pediatric recipients if too few transplants are performed. Click here for more information.