Cleveland Clinic's Liver Transplant Program is among the most comprehensive in the world, and includes a living donor liver transplant program. Patients on our wait list receive transplants nearly twice as fast as the average expected national rate, and our one-year survival rate of 91.2 percent exceeds the national average for expected survival rate. In 2010, the program completed 133 liver transplant programs and has completed 1,500+ since the program's inception in 1984.
Cleveland Clinic's Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplant Program is one of the few programs in the nation that offers comprehensive services, providing patients with a unique opportunity to be evaluated, supported and treated by a world-class team of medical and surgical specialists in gastrointestinal diseases, total parenteral nutrition (TPN) experts and transplant surgeons all under one roof. Cleveland Clinic is one of only 15 CMS-certified intestinal transplant programs in the nation, and one of only eight specializing in caring for adult patients.