The Dialysis Access Program at Massachusetts General Hospital offers innovative dialysis access placement strategies and expert management for the long-term care of dialysis access.
Transplant Programs at Mass General
The Heart Transplant Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center offers comprehensive treatment, transplantation and care management options for patients with heart failure and other severe heart conditions.
Learn more about how we address racial disparities in kidney transplantation for Black, Indigenous, and Latino communities in the Chelsea and Boston areas.
The Kidney Transplant Program at Massachusetts General Hospital provides individualized, ongoing care for patients with end-stage renal disease (kidney failure).
Left ventricular-assist devices (LVADs) aid the pumping ability of hearts in patients with advanced-stage heart failure.
Learn more about the Living Donor Kidney Transplant Program, including what to expect at Massachusetts General Hospital, and frequently asked questions about living kidney donation.
Learn about the Lung Transplant Program and our cutting-edge, advanced therapies used to treat patients with end-stage lung disease through transplantation.
The Mass General Brigham Liver Transplant Program comprises liver experts from both Mass General and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, offering greater access to a larger team of clinicians at multiple health care facilities across New England.
The Pancreas Transplant Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center provides innovative treatment, transplant and management options for patients with type 1 diabetes, including recent kidney transplant recipients.
Learn about the Legorreta Center for Clinical Transplant Tolerance, the first center in the world dedicated to preventing organ transplant rejection after transplant surgery without the use of lifelong immunosuppressive medications.