Graft Survival Rates
At 84.99%, our one-year lung graft transplant survival rate exceeds the national average.
At the AdventHealth Transplant Institute, formerly Florida Hospital Transplant Institute, our lung transplant team transform lives every day. We're ready to transform yours through innovative treatment and compassionate, collaborative care.
You're ready to take charge of your health. Our lung transplant team is ready to help guide your journey, from navigating the application process to collecting your medical records.
We're working toward the same goal: a successful lung transplant that will help you live a longer, healthier, fuller life. Our evaluation process is designed to make sure there's a clear path to achieving that goal.
Our median transplant wait time is 0.4 months months, less than one-quarter of the national average and our care team is dedicated to caring for you and your support system.
Find peace of mind with a lung transplant team that combines state-of-the-art technology with collaborative patient care.
“I’m grateful for this opportunity, for a new life”.
– Sandra, a patient who suffered from cystic fibrosis, recently received the gift of life at AdventHealth Transplant Institute. Click here to learn more about Sandra’s incredible strength and patience as she waited for a lung transplant.
Dr. Bogar earned her medical degree and completed her surgical and cardiothoracic transplant fellowships at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. She later finished a cardiothoracic surgery residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.
"When we do transplants, we take a tragedy and turn it into a medical miracle from the perspective that we add between 8 and 14 years of life on average."
"I believe as my father does that healing as a profession is demanding, but meaningful."
"My job is an amazing job. Every morning I wake up and I'm really excited to come to work. My patients are really hard workers and they're so inspiring to come and watch every day."
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"I can't thank the people around me enough. It's just a great feeling being able to breathe on your own. It's just unbelievable what man can do."
- Lindsey Chesteen, Double Lung Transplant Recipient