Volumes and success measures
Mayo Clinic doctors' experience and integrated team approach results in transplant outcomes that compare favorably with national averages. Teams work with transplant recipients before, during and after surgery to ensure the greatest likelihood of superior results.
Volumes and statistics are maintained separately for the three Mayo Clinic locations. Taken together or separately, transplant recipients at Mayo Clinic enjoy excellent results.
A total of 59 liver transplants, including nine living-donor transplants, were performed at Mayo Clinic in Arizona in 2011. More than 630 have been performed since the program began in 1999.
Mayo Clinic in Florida has performed more than 2,345 liver transplants in people ages 15 and older, since its program began in 1998.
Mayo Clinic in Florida has one of the shortest wait times to transplant of all adult liver transplant programs in the country.
Surgeons at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota performed 124 liver transplants in 2011, including 22 living donor liver transplants. More than 2,250 transplants have been performed in children and adults since the program began in 1985.
Liver Transplant Patient Survival — Adult
Liver Transplant Patient Survival — Adult Living Donor
Liver Transplant Patient Survival — Adult Deceased Donor
Liver Donor Organ (Graft) Survival — Adult
Liver Donor Organ (Graft) Survival — Adult Living Donor
Liver Donor Organ (Graft) Survival — Adult Deceased Donor
Liver Transplant Patient Survival — Children
Liver Donor Organ (Graft) Survival — Children
Jul. 11, 2013