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Johns Hopkins is nationally ranked among the top hospitals for cardiology and heart surgery by U.S. News & World Report. While we average 20 heart transplant operations a year, we also focus on stabilization of patients as they await transplantation and options for patients who are not transplant candidates.


A Team of Heart Care Experts

Our team of experts including cardiologists, surgeons and pediatric heart specialists work with you and your family to manage your heart condition before and after transplant.

  • Heart & Vascular Institute

    Our cardiomyopathy and heart failure specialists work with you to ensure you are healthy while you wait for a heart transplant.

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  • Pediatric Cardiac Surgery

    Our multidisciplinary care team consists of pediatric cardiac surgeons from the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, making sure your child gets the best care possible.

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Patient Stories


Heart Transplant | Marion's Story

Marion Bennett received a lifesaving heart transplant from Johns Hopkins Medicine. Marion was born with transposition of the great arteries, a condition that weakened her heart over time.

Combined Heart-Liver Transplantation | Kristine's Story

Kristine Stoehr was diagnosed with a rare heart condition, arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia/cardiomyopathy (ARVD/C). As her disease progressed, her care team at Johns Hopkins performed a life-saving heart-liver transplantation.

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