Transplant at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics is one of the world's foremost organ transplant programs. UW Health physicians are recognized experts in their field, providing care to patients in our heart, kidney, liver, living donation, lung, multi-organ, pancreas, pediatric and renal auto transplant programs.
Clinical education for transplant patients
Curious about how the journey from organ donation to transplant really happens? There are dozens of people who contribute to this life-saving work.
This video uses graphics to walk you through the process: Donation and Transplantation: How Does It Work?
Transplant patient education videos
As a service to its patients we offer the following educational videos, which discuss important facets of the liver, kidney and pancreas transplant process.
Transplant community learning sessions
Our continuing education sessions help transplant patients, living donors and their families and friends stay up-to-date on important information. Many of these sessions include both an in-person presentation and online opportunity to expand your knowledge and stay connected to this ever-changing field of medicine.
If you would like to be notified of upcoming sessions, email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Multiple listing involves registering on the waitlist at two or more transplant centers. It is important for patients to understand their options regarding multiple listing for transplant, and the benefits of being listed at the UW Health Transplant Center.
Vital signs record sheet (pdf)
Patient housing in Madison
Other resources for post-transplant patients
Resources for living donation
The UW Health Transplant Center is one of the nation’s largest living donation centers. Learn more about living donation: