Porter Transplant Center
For more information about Porter Transplant Center or to make an appointment, please call 303-715-7008, or toll free 1-855-869-5164.
Paul, living kidney donor (left) and his friend, Terry, transplant recipient (right)
For more than 25 years, Porter Transplant has proven itself as one of the leading organ transplant centers in the region. Our board certified physicians have performed more than 2,000 transplants combined.
Located at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver, the Porter Transplant Center has some of the best outcomes in the nation, as recognized by the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients.
We offer liver, kidney, pancreas and combined kidney/pancreas transplants, along with the latest in surgical technology and expertise. When you visit our center, an experienced multi-disciplinary team will address every aspect of transplantation with you.
Thank you for considering the Porter Adventist Hospital Transplant Program. For more information please call 303-715-7008 or toll free 1-855-869-5164, or e-mail email@example.com. We look forward to speaking with you.
The Porter Transplant Center is:
- In the top 20 percent in volume for living donor kidney transplant
- One of the largest programs for pancreas and combined kidney and pancreas transplant
- The only center in the region that offers blood type-incompatible liver transplants
- Home to one of the most experienced liver transplant surgeons, who has performed more than 1,000 surgeries and was a member of the first team to do living donor liver transplant in the U.S.
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Video Feature: Porter Patient Saves Nine Lives with Kidney Donation
See these news stories about our program and our patients:
- Colorado Mesa University student donates kidney to her mother
- Porter Center for Liver Care is revolutionizing regional care in liver transplant, advanced liver disease and liver malignancies
- USF coach Nino Giarratano makes sacrifice for father
- It wasn't the first time kidney donor gave the gift of life
- Cross blood-type transplants may save more lives
- Westminster man finds kidney donor on Internet
- Near death, man makes remarkable recovery
- Detectives share watches and a kidney
- Police wellness leader goes beyond call of duty
- Two kidney donors find perfect matches in strangers