WVU Medicine is home to West Virginia’s first and only multi-organ transplant center, making heart and kidney transplant at an academic medical center a reality for people across the state and region.
Every day, we put people like you at the center of our care. At WVU Medicine, you’re not treated as a number. We make you our priority, and we work to give you an experience that is personalized to meet your needs.
Whether you’ve struggled with advanced heart failure for years or have lived with kidney disease or dialysis, the WVU Medicine Transplant Alliance helps people just like you find hope and healing on their journey to better health.
With an unmatched support system, you can count on compassionate care delivered by some of the country’s top surgeons, physicians, and transplant professionals, who work closely with a broader team, including pharmacists, social workers, dietitians, and financial coordinators. We’re all passionate about working to improve the field of transplantation care, research, and education. Our team is your team.
Care Close to Home
Our state has one of the highest rates of kidney failure in the country. Heart disease and kidney disease are among the leading causes of death for West Virginians. We believe this needs to change.
West Virginians with advanced heart failure or end-stage kidney disease no longer need to leave the state for life-saving care – your team is right here.
Heart transplant is one of the many treatments available to patients diagnosed with advanced heart failure. Learn more about our heart transplant program and other advanced heart failure treatment options.
Kidney transplant is one option for treating end-stage kidney disease and kidney failure. Learn more about our kidney transplant program.
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- Pre-Heart Transplant Guide
- Post-Heart Transplant Guide
- Pre-Kidney Transplant Guide
- Post-Kidney Transplant Guide
- Living Kidney Donor Guide