Johns Hopkins Pediatric Transplant Program is dedicated to providing the best care for pediatric patients at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and its community locations.
Liver Transplant for Biliary Atresia | Alicia's Story
Alicia was diagnosed with biliary atresia at 3 weeks old. The family flew from Nairobi to Baltimore to get additional care and ultimately a liver transplant for Alicia at Johns Hopkins Children's Center. After finding out both parents were a match for liver transplant, Alicia's father decided to be the living donor for Alicia. Alicia became the youngest living donor transplant recipient at Johns Hopkins and possibly, in the country.Learn more about pediatric liver transplants
Transforming LivesChloe's Kidney Story
At Johns Hopkins, Chloe was evaluated and cared for by a holistic multidisciplinary team that provided advanced hemodialysis and kidney transplantation.
Learn more about Chloe's kidney transplant journey at Johns Hopkins.
Why Choose Johns Hopkins Pediatric Transplant Program for Your Child?
Our diverse team of physicians and surgeons perform a variety of organ transplants and treat a broad range of conditions.
We are committed to providing the best experience for every child under our care.
The Johns Hopkins Pediatric Transplant Program continues to make on-going discoveries in transplantation research, enhancing procedure methods and safety.
Transition of Care
Our center provides continuous care from pediatric to young adulthood through the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Solid Organ Transplant Transition Program.
Learn more about what we treat at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.
Remote Access to CareTelemedicine Pediatric Transplant Services
Our clinic provides telemedicine services for pediatric patients undergoing transplantation and transplant recipients. Virtual visits can help you manage your child's condition with more ease and flexibility without having to leave your home when appropriate.
Contact us at 410-614-5700 to request an appointment.