Comprehensive Care for All Patients During COVID-19
The Transplant Center's dedicated physicians, nurses and staff are committed to providing the best possible specialty care—safely and effectively. We have taken unprecedented steps to ensure your in-person visits are welcoming and safe. Your health is our top priority.
The Transplant Center offers leading-edge consultative services, treatment and surgical interventions to patients with a broad spectrum of diseases requiring heart, lung, kidney, liver, pancreas, islet, hematopoietic stem cell and multiple organ transplants.
The Kidney Transplant Program provides individualized, ongoing care for patients with end-stage renal disease (kidney failure).
The Pancreas Transplant Program provides innovative treatment for patients with type 1 diabetes, including recent kidney transplant recipients.
The Liver Transplant Program has performed more liver transplants than any other center in New England and has maintained some of the best graft and patient survivals in the country.
The Heart Transplant Program offers comprehensive treatment, transplantation and care management options for patients with heart failure and other severe heart conditions.
The Lung Transplant Program provides patients with individualized care before and after their lung transplants.
The Pediatric Transplant Program at MassGeneral Hospital for Children is a major referral center for organ transplants for children.
The Mass General Living Donor Program allows patients to receive a transplant without waiting for an organ from a deceased donor.
Video: A Brother's Love
Meet Nicola and Steve, a brother and sister with an inspiring story. With the help of Massachusetts General’s Living Liver Donor program, Steve gave the gift of life and a happy future to his sister, Nicola.
Video: Paying it Forward
While in college, Phil needed a liver transplant. He turned to Massachusetts General’s Transplant Program. Now he is an aspiring physician, and ready to pay it forward to others. See how Phil’s experience changed his life and future forever.
Video: 3,000 Reasons to Celebrate
Mary Anne, a health care professional, turned to Massachusetts General’s Transplant Program when she needed help. Her kidney transplant surgery, Massachusetts General’s 3,000th kidney transplant procedure, was reason to celebrate for many.
Kevin Daignault, 55
It felt surreal to be at the hospital being prepared for transplant surgery. It really feels like a new lease on life. I feel like I’m starting life all over again.
Heart Transplant Patient
Innovations & Clinical Research Research
The Mass General Transplant Center is leading the way in New England and the world in basic scientific and clinical transplantation research.
Education & Career Opportunities
A leader in education and research, the Mass General Transplant Center trains the next generation of health care professionals.
When you support the Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center, you are making a significant contribution to advancing care at the hospital.