The Vanderbilt Kidney Transplant Program offers innovative treatment options for kidney diseases, including living donor kidney transplantation. Our specialists also perform lifesaving dual-organ transplants for patients with heart-kidney or liver-kidney organ dysfunction.
The Vanderbilt Kidney Transplant Program, one of the oldest and largest programs in the nation, has performed more than 5,100 pediatric and adult transplants. As a leader in transplant care, we provide advanced, compassionate care, so you can return to a full and productive life after your transplant.
At Vanderbilt, we offer a wide range of services to provide excellent surgical outcomes and the highest quality care, including:
James George had not one, but two transplants at Vanderbilt. He received a new liver and then about a decade later, a kidney. Now 67, he’s working on his Master’s degree and living a full life again without dialysis. See his story.
At 71, Rex Parton had a heart-kidney transplant, proving that ‘age is not an absolute.’ Read Rex’s story.
The following information can help you understand what to expect before, during and after your transplant surgery.
Understanding Live Kidney Donation
A guide for donors and their families
Your Kidney or Kidney-Pancreas Transplant
A guide for transplant recipients and their families
Vanderbilt Kidney Transplant Jackson
620 Skyline Drive
Jackson, TN 38301
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Vanderbilt Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Madison, AL
Madison Medical Park Professional Building
8371 Hwy 72, Suite 204
Madison, AL 35758
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If you have a patient who needs to be assessed for a kidney transplant, we have the expertise, resources and support that are essential for a successful transplant. To arrange a consultation or make a referral, complete our online referral form or contact our kidney transplant team at (615) 936-0695.
Referring physicians can also complete our kidney transplant referral form and fax it to our transplant team at (615) 936-0697.