Conditions We Treat at the Pediatric Transplant Center

Depending on the child’s condition, they may or may not need a transplant. We treat and manage the full range of diseases related to transplant, providing each child the best care possible.

You can view the conditions we treat by selecting the transplant program below



Our PACT (Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Therapies) team is among the most experienced in the nation and can treat a very wide range of heart conditions. View some of the more common heart conditions we treat in our program.

The children that aren’t living on dialysis, but suffer from a complex kidney disease, may or may not need a kidney transplant. Some of these kidney transplant conditions.

Liver damage in children happens for a variety of reasons. Some children are born with a liver condition; others acquire liver disease after birth.

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Our team works closely with the Center for Advanced Lung (CEAL) Therapies and experts from our Pulmonary & Cystic Fibrosis Center.

Together, we provide treatment for the full range of chronic diseases that may require lung transplantation, from cystic fibrosis to genetic defects.

DISOT is a stem cell transplant, which provides your child with a new immune system, followed by a kidney transplant from the same donor, usually a parent.

Since your child’s new immune system recognizes its new kidney, it isn’t likely to reject it.