Mayo Clinic, with transplant services in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota, performs more transplants than does any other medical center in the world. Mayo Clinic's integrated teams of doctors, surgeons, transplant nurses, pharmacists, social workers and others in many areas work together to manage every aspect of your transplant from planning through post-transplant care.
Mayo Clinic doctors work closely with you to develop an individualized treatment plan based on your condition. Staff in blood and marrow transplant has extensive experience in treating both children and adults.
Transplant patients requiring hospitalization may stay in Saint Marys Hospital or Rochester Methodist Hospital at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, Mayo Clinic Hospital at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, or Mayo Clinic Hospital at Mayo Clinic in Florida.
Children requiring hospitalization stay in the Mayo Eugenio Litta Children's Hospital at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and are treated by Mayo pediatric hematologists and oncologists. At Mayo Clinic in Arizona, doctors partner with Phoenix Children's Hospital to treat children who need bone marrow transplants. At Mayo Clinic in Florida, doctors partner with Nemours Children's Clinic and Wolfson Children's Hospital to treat children who are receiving bone marrow transplants.
The first clinical organ transplant at Mayo took place in 1963. Since then, Mayo's efforts to continually improve and expand organ and blood and marrow transplantation have placed Mayo at the leading edge of clinical and basic transplant research worldwide. Research activities in the Transplant Center at Mayo Clinic have contributed significantly to the current successful outcomes of organ and blood and marrow transplantation.
Mayo Clinic has one of the largest and most experienced transplant practices in the United States, with campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota. Staff skilled in more than a dozen specialties work together to ensure quality care and successful recovery.
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