Mayo Clinic in Arizona is a leader in novel technologies to increase access to transplants such as the use of normothermic machine perfusion. Mayo Clinic in Arizona is committed to providing equitable access to transplant services to all patients and has a robust Hispanic patient transplant program, a Native American Navigator, and international transplant services as well.
Mayo Clinic Hospital in Arizona is the largest solid organ transplant center in the country and has been one of the largest liver transplant centers nationally. Mayo Clinic is the leading transplant center in Arizona consistently performing well over 200 liver transplants annually. Volumes and outcomes are the best in the nation.
Mayo Clinic Hospital's unique clinical strengths include exposure to a high volume of complex patient care scenarios, including transplantation consideration for extra-hepatic and intra-hepatic cholangiocarcinoma, hepatocellular carcinoma downstaging, multidisciplinary treatment of high-risk alcohol-associated liver disease including a transplant center addiction psychologist, complex surgical cases such as extensive portal venous thrombosis, and combined gastric sleeve and liver transplantation. Additionally, Mayo Clinic utilizes traditional and extended criteria donors and is a leader in deceased after cardiac death (DCD) liver allograft transplantation.