Liver Transplant Program
Our Survival Outcomes
Emory Transplant Center is committed to providing excellent clinical outcomes and delivering outstanding service and medical care to our patients. To fulfill our commitment, we recognize the importance of setting specific goals and prioritizing activities that are aligned with our mission and objectives, that are driven by data and best practices.
- We are proud to announce that Emory Transplant Center ranks in the top 10 overall among transplant programs across the nation based on our 2016 adult transplant volumes.
- In 2016, we performed a total of 146 adult liver transplants. Emory Liver Transplant Program ranks #2 among the liver transplant centers nationally by volume and outcome score. On a local level, our program ranks #1 in the state of Georgia.
- The Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR) performs assessments of transplant outcomes every 6 months by looking at the survival rates of patients who underwent transplant over a 2.5 year period. The table below shows assessments of how often patients are alive with a functioning transplanted organ 1 year after transplant.
Adult Liver Transplants Performed at Emory University Hospital
Published directly from the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients website (www.SRTR.org).
For more data and information on liver transplant survival rates, visit the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients website, a database of transplantation statistics.
How Can We Help You Today?
Need help? We will be delighted to assist you today, so please call the Emory Transplant Center at 855-366-7989. We look forward to hearing from you.
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