The liver transplant program at Rush University Medical Center provides comprehensive liver transplant services for adults with end-stage liver disease. Transplant surgeons and hepatologists work together to address every aspect of patients’ care — before, during and after transplant. Since its inception in 1985, Rush's liver transplant program has been one of the most active programs of its kind in the nation.
Rush also provides multidisciplinary care for patients with cancer, including tumors. The liver cancer team at Rush brings together the skill and expertise of hepatologists, liver surgeons, interventional radiologists, abdominal radiology specialists, medical oncologists and liver nurses.
The transplant process can begin with a phone call to our program. Please contact us at 312-942-4252 for more information about the liver transplant program at Rush, or to find out if you are eligible for a liver transplant.