Why Choose Us?
The Liver Disease Program at Loma Linda University Medical Center (LLUMC) Transplantation Institute serves both adult and pediatric patients and our caring and compassionate staff has extensive experience in the diagnosis, care, management, treatment, research and prevention for some of the most complex liver disease cases. Every patient receives a personalized support and care plan, ensuring their needs are met while helping them endure the challenging journey of living with liver disease.
LLUMC’s Transplantation Institute is also the premier liver transplantation center in the Inland Empire region, providing comprehensive whole-person care through every stage of transplantation. Having discovered innovative ways to treat and operate on patients with all types of liver conditions, our multidisciplinary team provides a chance for better quality of life.
Adult Liver Transplants
Our multidisciplinary Liver Transplant Team treats each patient as an individual, providing total care at every stage of their transplant journey. With extensive experience treating all types of liver problems, our medical experts and liver transplant specialists collaborate to develop a treatment strategy appropriate to the patient’s needs. The Transplantation Institute also offers dedicated staff such as a transplant coordinator, social worker, financial coordinator and dietitian to help guide you through the process of transplantation. Ultimately, through our compassionate whole-person care, LLUMC has fostered successful patient outcomes and reduced surgical complications, restoring patients to their optimum level of health and returning them to happy, productive lives.
LLUMC Liver Transplant Team’s skills and experience are demonstrated through our individual transplant center data. Visit the third party resources below to compare LLUMC Transplantation Institute’s Liver Transplant Program with other transplant centers on a regional and national level, measured in wait times, number of transplants performed, survival rates, organ donation and recovery.
- United Network for Organs Sharing (UNOS): A private, nonprofit organization that coordinates the nation’s organ transplant system, providing vital services to patients awaiting lifesaving organ transplants. For more information, visit http://www.unos.org/data/.
- Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR): A national database of transplantation statistics covering organ donation, waiting list candidates, transplant recipients and survival rates. The registry exists to support the ongoing evaluation of scientific and clinical status of solid organ transplantation in the United States. For center-specific statistics on LLUMC’s transplant program, visit SRTR Transplant Program and OPO Specific Reports or click on the transplant program statistics below.
With the accessibility of our facilities and ease of scheduling an appointment, LLUMC’s compassionate staff is dedicated to providing you with whole-person care. Our commitment to the well-being of your mind, body and spirit begins with your request for an appointment. Make an appointment by calling us toll-free at 1-800-548-3790 or locally at 909-558-3636, by filling out an online request form or by visiting our facilities today.