Kidney Transplant Surgery in Fort Worth

Medical City Fort Worth Transplant Institute

According to the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients, the Medical City Fort Worth Transplant Institute’s kidney transplant program is ranked among the best in both the state of Texas and in the nation. The ranking takes into consideration factors such as time to transplant, transplant volumes and transplant outcomes, among others.

The right choice for your kidney transplant, in Fort Worth and beyond

We take joy in leading patients through the life-changing process of kidney transplant surgery. Our compassionate staff and world-class care confirm that the Medical City Fort Worth Transplant Institute is the right choice for your kidney transplant.

Some call it a transplant. We call it a miracle.

At Medical City Fort Worth Transplant Institute, we believe kidney recipients and their living donors deserve the most sophisticated care. We work around the clock to deliver just that. Our comprehensive program addresses your needs from every angle: medical evaluations, post-transplant recovery, finances, emotional health, prescriptions, insurance, nutrition and more. We here to guide you through each step along the way.

Kidney Transplant Statistics

According to the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients, the Medical City Fort Worth Transplant Institute’s kidney transplant program is ranked among the best in both the state of Texas and in the nation. The ranking takes into consideration factors such as time to transplant, transplant volumes and transplant outcomes, among others.

Medical City Fort Worth Transplant Institute Best in Texas for One-Year Kidney Graft Survival Rate

The Transplant Institute at Medical City Fort Worth has the best one-year graft survival rate in Texas and second best in the nation for kidney transplants – 100 percent, according to a recent report from the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (www.srtr.org). The Medical City Fort Worth program also has one of the shortest wait times in the United States for patients to receive a transplant – approximately six months, compared to more than 72 months wait time nationally. 

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