Mayo Clinic's heart transplant doctors and surgeons use proven innovations to successfully treat people with congestive heart failure and other serious heart diseases. Their experience in using advanced technology, specialized procedures and an integrated approach focused on the patient makes Mayo Clinic a leader in transplant outcomes.
Experts in heart and lung surgery (cardiac and thoracic surgeons) perform more than 120 heart transplants a year at Mayo Clinic's campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota. People turn to Mayo Clinic for help with a wide range of heart diseases. And some come to Mayo Clinic Transplant Center for its expertise in multiorgan transplants and a rare condition called amyloidosis. Each year, Mayo Clinic doctors see 1,600 people with this condition, some of whom may benefit from a heart transplant.
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Mayo Clinic transplant staff can answer your questions about the transplant process and post-transplant life.