Who We Are

"Our history of pioneering innovation, from the first transplant in Michigan in 1964 to the first hand transplant program in Michigan in 2015, has continued throughout the years as we pursue the highest quality care for our patients."

Dr. John C. Magee, M.D., Section Chief, Transplant Surgery

A Tradition of Excellence

Since we performed the first transplant in Michigan, we have grown to be the largest transplant program in the state of Michigan and one of the largest in the nation.

We are dedicated to leadership in the development of innovative techniques, to improvement in the quality of life for organ transplant recipients, to education programs related to transplantation, and to enhanced organ donation awareness aimed at improving the availability of organs. 

Mission Statement

The University of Michigan Transplant Center's mission is to:

  • Provide outstanding multi-disciplinary and integrated clinical care through the full continuum of progressive organ failure and transplantation
  • Foster fundamental scientific discovery and innovative translational research in transplantation
  • Develop future physician and scientific leaders in transplantation, and build referral base capability to manage patient populations
  • Provide public policy leadership related to organ donation, progressive organ failure and disease prevention

Contact Us

Transplant Surgery Academic Office

1500 E. Medical Center Drive
F6689 University Hospital South
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5396

Transplant Center at Taubman Center

Kidney & Pancreas Transplant Clinic - Kalamazoo

Kidney & Pancreas Transplant Clinic - Midland

Kidney & Panreas Transplant Clinic - Lansing

Clinic Locations

Locations
1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Floor 1, Reception G
Ann Arbor, MI 48109