Liver Transplant Program
The Liver Transplant Program provides your child with the best possible care as he prepares for, undergoes and recovers from a liver transplant. The program is led by liver transplant surgeons dedicated exclusively to transplantation and liver surgery for children.
Watch a video that introduces the Liver Transplant Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, which does around 20 pediatric liver transplants a year for children suffering from a host of conditions, including biliary atresia.
CHOP has one of the largest pediatric liver transplant centers in the country. Our surgeons perform anywhere from 10 to 24 liver transplants each year. To date, the program has performed nearly 350 liver transplants, and our survival rates consistently exceed national averages.
Liver Transplant: A Guide for Patients and Families
Download this guide to learn about important topics including the transplant evaluation process, waiting for a transplant, transplant surgery, post-transplant care, and life after transplant.
Transplant Center Town Hall
The Pediatric Transplant Center held a Virtual Town Hall on September 7, 2021, to discuss frequently asked questions related to COVID-19, vaccines and back to school information transplant patients and families. Watch the recording.
Traveling to Philadelphia
If you are anxious about traveling to Philadelphia, we're here to support you. View our resources for patients and families to learn more information about preparing for your appointment, a guide to procedures, overnight and extended hospital stays, where to stay, billing and insurance, and a video about what to expect.
Our Programs and Services
There are many healthcare professionals involved in the transplant process and your family will get to know them all. Our team is here to answer your questions and help you make decisions regarding your child's healthcare.