Our Transplant Center
Providing hope and life-restoring care to patients with end-stage organ failure is the mission of the Transplant Center at Memorial Hermann Hospital-Texas Medical Center. As a regional and national leader in the field of transplantation, our experienced physicians and staff provide state-of-the-art, compassionate, multidisciplinary care to adult and pediatric patients with end stage liver, kidney, pancreas, and heart disease.
Memorial Hermann's affiliation with The University of Texas Medical School at Houston creates an environment for groundbreaking research and innovative patient care, resulting in more treatment options, faster recovery times, and improved outcomes for patients. The Transplant Center is committed to guiding and supporting our patients and their loved ones through the transplant process.
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Heart Transplant Process - Steve's Story
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING
“We all agreed and felt very comfortable with everyone there. That was an important thing for us. We had a big celebration with family and friends on the first anniversary of her transplant. We did a big prayer and gave thanks to God for giving us a miracle.” Read more >
– Freddy and Bernarda: A Match Through Kidney Paired Donation
“We all have a purpose in life but we don’t always know what that purpose is. I had a force inside me that was pushing me to do something. I never thought I would donate anything, especially a part of my body. But yes, I would do it again.” Read more >
– James and Tracy: A Good Match for Life
“The day after her surgery she was a totally new person,” he says. “She woke up and said, ‘I’m hungry. When are we going to eat?’ She was strong, healthy and very hungry. Before the transplant she never felt like eating because she was always sick and tired and weak.” Read more >
– David and Gam: A Son Gives Life to His Mother
“When Jackie gave me her kidney, it was a gift I could never repay,” he says. “We’re very happy to share our story whenever we can. It’s really encouraging for people to hear that you’re going on 34 years and that both of you have normal lives.” Read more >
– David and Jackie: 34 Years and Counting