Michigan’s Kidney Transplant Experts
The Organ Transplant Center at Harper University Hospital is known for performing successful kidney transplants in the highest-risk patients. At Harper, an expert team of transplant specialists use sophisticated, life-saving techniques that often lead to improved patient outcomes.
Consider the facts:
- According to US Transplant Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients, the Harper Transplant Program is a kidney transplant program in Southeast Michigan currently achieving one and three-year patient and graft survival rates equal to or exceeding those expected based on risk profile.
- The Transplant Program at Harper has performed seventeen renal transplants in HIV+ recipients with excellent outcomes. The program became the first to report a low incidence of acute rejection in these patients. Learn more.
- Harper was the first to report equivalent outcomes with primary and retransplantation in African-American deceased-donor renal allograft recipients receiving contemporary immunosuppression. Learn more.
The Harper Transplant Program offers both living- and deceased-donor kidney transplantation. The transplant team recognizes the complex needs of transplant donors and recipients — both before and after surgery — and is recognized for its medical expertise and caring manner. Additionally, the Organ Transplant \ Center is a central resource for all transplant-related issues.