As we begin to reopen Rush University Medical Center for elective procedures and in-person care, we are putting your safety first. For information about COVID-19, see the latest updates. Rush accepts donations to support our response effort, staff, and patients and families.

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Transplant Programs

Rush has taken the necessary steps to ensure it's a safe place for treatment. Learn more.

The Rush Solid Organ Transplant Program provides patient-centered pre-transplant and post-transplant care for people who need kidney, liver or pancreas transplants.

To ensure that all your needs are met, the transplant program takes a multidisciplinary approach to care.

Top-notch medical specialists work closely with transplant surgeons to coordinate your care while you are waiting for a transplant and after your surgery.

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Rush appointments from home

We are here for your health care needs – in whatever way you prefer to receive care at this time. Rush’s telemedicine options allow you to get the care you need from our primary and specialty care providers. During a scheduled video visit, you will have a one-on-one video chat with your provider. Call us at (888) 352-RUSH (7874) to get started.

The Rush University Transplant Program cares for patients in need of liver, kidney and pancreas t

The most important fact to know about organ donation is that many people who need a new kidney or liver or heart never get one. 

Nancy Reau, MD, is a transplant hepatologist at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.