Graft Survival Rates
At 92.11%, our one-year liver graft transplant survival rate exceeds the national average.
Your path to a liver transplant begins here, at the AdventHealth Transplant Institute, formerly Florida Hospital Transplant Institute. Our world-class hepatology team is here to guide you every step of the way, offering personalized treatment plans and collaborative care.
As of January 2019, we are proud to announce that we are ranked
#1 in the USA for liver patient survival outcomes!
You're ready to take charge of your health. Our liver 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 liver 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 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 liver transplant team that combines state-of-the-art technology and collaborative patient care.
"People let us into their lives, we make a huge impact on their lives and their families' lives in general, and I think that's the heart of being a physician."
"Medicine and faith have always been a part of my life; my father was a surgeon, mother a pediatrician. Having admired the impact of their work as they followed in the footsteps of the great physician Jesus, I knew this was the same path of servant leadership I wanted to follow today."
"The high point for me is seeing how we transform patient's lives."
"Seeing my first transplant as a student, I watched in amazement. As a transplant surgeon, I remain amazed as we bring hope for a new life for the patient."
"The first visit with a patient after their life-saving transplant is a truly special moment, and I'm grateful that I get to witness miracles like this as part of my work."
"My patient told me that, without his transplant, he would not have had the chance to witness his granddaughter’s birth. That second chance meant the world to him. It is an honor and a privilege to be a part of something so life changing. That is why I love what I do."