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The liver is the largest solid organ in the body and serves the critical function of cleaning the blood and providing other metabolic functions. Our hepatologists have dedicated their lives to understanding not only how the liver reacts to disease, but also how to effectively treat and cure these conditions.
Our liver transplant program is an important treatment offering for our patients with liver disease that cannot be cured. Our multidisciplinary team of transplant surgeons, hepatologists, gastroenterologists, transplant coordinators, transplant nurses and other support staff work together to navigate liver transplant patients through this major surgery and the lifestyle changes necessary to protect their new, precious organ. Learn more about evaluation for liver transplant.