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UCLA Kidney Transplant

With 60 years' experience, UCLA has developed one of the world's most successful kidney transplant programs. We perform 300 transplants a year, with pediatric and adult patients seeking out our care from across the country and the globe. We continue to innovate and now offer the nation's top Kidney Exchange Program. Learn more about Adult kidney transplant» | Pediatric kidney transplant»


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Why Choose UCLA Kidney Transplant?

At UCLA, our team's medical and surgical skill and innovation has made us a well-known leader in transplant technique and technology.

We offer opportunities that few other programs can match:

  • Highly specialized team: Our medical and surgical experts are leaders in kidney disease and care, and work closely with dedicated transplant coordinators, a social workers and a dietician. We provide seamless coordination with other UCLA specialists in radiology, oncology and beyond. Learn more about our approach to care.

  • Outstanding outcomes: Our three-year graft and patient survival rates have achieved excellent marks over the past two decades, demonstrating the quality and success of our program. We also serve as a referral center for other U.S. programs' most challenging cases, giving us a depth of experience for even the most complex transplants.

  • Surgical expertise: Our fellowship-trained surgeons are highly skilled in complex and advanced procedures, including transplanting multiple organs. We also offer expertise in other surgical techniques for kidney conditions. Meet our team.

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Contact Us

UCLA Kidney Transplant Program
200 UCLA Medical Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 825-6836 (adult)
(310) 267-6929 (pediatric)


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Patient survival rate report from the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR)

Transplantation data from the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)

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