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Departments & Centers

Within the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute are centers of excellence for specific areas of urology and kidney medicine. Our physicians provide dynamic patient care and comprehensive treatment plans for the best possible outcomes.

Transplant

Providing comprehensive care for patients with kidney and pancreatic failure in need of transplantation.

Dr. Georges-Pascal Haber

Why Choose the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute?

Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, recognized worldwide for excellence in patient care, teaching and research, merges the urology and kidney medicine programs. This consolidation of disciplines allows us to better serve patients in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of kidney disease while we continue to provide high-quality patient care and carry on innovative research in all aspects of urology. Cleveland Clinic is ranked as one of the nation's top hospitals by U.S. News & World Report.

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Patient Stories

Patient Stories

Jaylin drew Jill's blood for years. When she learned she needed a kidney, she tested to see if she'd be donor match.

Healthcare Worker Donates Kidney to Her Patient

May 5, 2022

“It’s an awesome feeling, like nothing else, to give someone this incredible gift of life.”
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Sheri underwent a kidney transplant that removed her six pound kidney.

Woman Has Transplant Because of Genetic Condition, Removes Six Pound Kidney

Mar 10, 2022

“I hope my story inspires others to consider being donors. That’s what it’s all about.”
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Cleveland Clinic doctors diagnosed Jeff with prostate cancer.

Prostate Cancer Blood Test Helps Man Receive Prompt Treatment

Sep 30, 2021

“I’m always asking my doctors questions and getting check-ups often. And I’m glad that I did, because prostate cancer is the silent killer.”
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