We were named the #1 Pediatric Transplant Program for volume in 2014 by the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network. This means that our team of experts perform more pediatric transplant procedures than any other children’s hospital in the nation.
Our hospital is also nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report in nine specialties, including Nephrology, Cardiology & Heart Surgery, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, and Pulmonology.
A successful transplant can make an instant and dramatic difference for a child who needs it. In addition to having nationally renowned liver, kidney and heart transplant programs, we’re pioneers in therapies before and after transplant that help better manage your child’s condition or even avoid a transplant. So at any phase in their care, your child or teen can feel like a kid—and not a patient.
Fourteen-year old Taylor needed a kidney. Fortunately for her, she had an awesome mom who jumped at the chance to help.
Our Stanford Medicine physician-scientists work to keep us—and our patients—on the leading edge of transplant care. So your child can receive the best treatment possible.
Our transplant teams are led by Stanford Medicine faculty, internationally recognized for their research discoveries, innovations and clinical outcomes.
With transplant subspecialties in kidney, liver, intestine, heart, lung and stem cell, as well as combined transplants across these disciplines, our Transplant Center provides high-quality services for every need in a child- and family-centered setting.
We specialize in delivering superior outcomes for high-risk and complex cases, right down to the smallest and most fragile.
Explore our collection of resources to educate and support kids and families—from places for families to stay, to camps designed for teen patients.