Did you know that the world-class expertise of the UPMC Liver Transplant Program is now available in your own backyard? With the opening of Liver Transplant Evaluation Clinics at UPMC Harrisburg, UPMC Williamsport, and UPMC Hamot, you can access pre-transplant evaluation services without traveling to Pittsburgh.
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Liver Transplant Evaluation Clinics
If you have been diagnosed with liver disease, the liver transplant process may seem overwhelming. How do you know if you are a candidate for a transplant? When is the right time to be evaluated? How long is the waiting list?
A pre-transplant evaluation at one of our convenient liver evaluation clinics can help answer all your questions. At our three newly established clinics, we provide hepatology services, transplant evaluations, and information about living-donor liver transplants to patients with chronic liver disease.
The pre-transplant evaluation starts with a series of tests to determine if a liver transplant is right for you. The evaluation includes:
- Imaging scans
- Blood tests
- Diagnostic tests
- Consults and exams
- Ongoing education about liver transplant and living donation
If you are a candidate for a liver transplant, our team will guide you every step of the way, including helping you learn about living donor transplant and resources to find a living donor.
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Find a Liver Transplant Evaluation Clinic Near You
UPMC Williamsport Regional Medical Center
700 High St.
Williamsport, PA 17701
205 South Front St.
Harrisburg, PA 17104
UPMC Hamot Liver Transplant Services
300 State St.
Erie, PA 16507
UPMC Memorial Clinic
1701 Innovation Dr.
York, PA 17408
About Transplant Services
Established in 1981, UPMC Transplant Services is one of the foremost organ transplant centers in the world. Our clinicians have performed more than 20,000 organ transplant procedures, including liver, kidney, pancreas, single and double lung, heart, and more. We are home to some of the world’s foremost transplant experts and have a long history of developing new antirejection therapies—so organ recipients can enjoy better health with fewer restrictions.