University of Cincinnati Medical Center

234 Goodman Street, Cincinnati, OH 45219 | 513-584-1000

Why Choose University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati?

One of the Nation’s Leading Hospitals in Organ Donation

University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati is one of the country’s leading hospitals in our number of organ donors. As a Level I Trauma Center, we have access to more organs through the generosity of patients and families who choose to donate. In addition, over 50 percent of licensed drivers in the state of Ohio are registered organ donors.

Even if you or a family member never needs a transplant, you can pass on the gift of life by enrolling in the Ohio Donor Registry either on-line (www.donatelifeohio.org) or at the time you renew your driver’s license. In either case, please discuss your wishes with your family.

It’s easy to become an organ donor. Just register with your state’s donor registry or indicate your wishes by signing the back of your driver’s license.

For more information on organ donation and donor families, visit the United Network for Organ Sharing Web site at www.unos.org.

Why Choose University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati for Liver Transplant?

University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati Liver Transplant Program uses innovative techniques, including extended criteria donation (ECD) and steroid-free immunosuppressive drugs to reduce sensitization and side effects.  Our program gives more patients more opportunities for successful liver transplant.

Combine our number of liver transplants, our short wait times and our excellent outcomes and it’s easy to see why University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati Liver Transplant Program is the program of choice for patients who want quality, comprehensive transplantation and exceptional care.

Why Choose University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati for Kidney Transplant?

University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati Kidney Transplant Program specialists have performed kidney transplants for over 40 years.  We offer innovative transplant programs that feature innovative techniques, including extended criteria donation (ECD) and steroid-free immunosuppressive drugs to reduce sensitization and side effects.  Our program gives more patients more opportunities for successful kidney transplants.

Combine our number of kidney transplants with our innovative techniques and excellent outcomes and it’s easy to see why University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati Kidney Transplant Program is the program of choice for patients who want quality, comprehensive transplantation and exceptional care.

Why Choose University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati for Pancreas and Pancreas/Kidney Transplant?

University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati Pancreas Transplant Program specialists have performed pancreas and kidney/pancreas transplants for over 30 years.  We offer innovative transplant programs if you need pancreas transplant, pancreas transplant after kidney transplant or combined pancreas/kidney transplant.  Our program also features excellent outcomes, with a one-year pancreas graft survival rate of 92 percent, as compared to the national average of 79 percent.

Combine our number of pancreas/kidney transplants with our innovative techniques and excellent outcomes and it’s easy to see why University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati Pancreas/Kidney Transplant Program is the program of choice for patients who want quality, comprehensive transplantation and exceptional care.