Kidney Transplant Center

Our extensive experience of kidney transplant surgery leads to more positive outcomes:

Kidney/Pancreas Transplant One Year Survival Rates
Released June 2016

ADULT KIDNEY

1 Year Survival

NZTI

NZTI Expected

National

Patient

96.77%

97.50%

97.42%

Graft

95.73%

95.40%

95.08%

 

ADULT KIDNEY/PANCREAS

1 Year Survival

NZTI

NZTI Expected

National

Patient

80.00%

97.99%

97.41%

Graft

80.00%

96.17%

95.73%

CMS Outcome Requirements Are Being Met By Our Program Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR).

We now offer online organ transplant referral forms.

Why Kidney Transplant Patients Choose INTEGRIS

An organ transplant is one of the most challenging surgeries, outcomes are only as good as external factors and surgeon performance allow. At the Nazih Zuhdi Transplant Institute in Oklahoma City we offer world class individualized outcomes for kidney transplants from both living and deceased donors, from one of the largest and most experienced transplant teams in the US.

For more information see our pancreas and kidney transplant referral criteria list.

We offer potential pancreas transplant patients:

  • A streamlined patient evaluation process
  • Desensitization program
  • Living donor domino program
  • Multi-organ transplants including pancreas-kidney transplants
  • Medicare certified
  • Dedicated transplant intensive care unit
  • Learn more about our kidney transplant team

Kidney Transplant Procedure

A kidney transplant is a surgical procedure performed to replace a diseased kidney with a healthy kidney from another person. The kidney may come from a deceased organ donor or from a living donor. Family members or individuals who are unrelated but make a good match may be able to donate one of their kidneys for the transplant and can undergo organ donation at our Oklahoma City organ transplant center. This type of transplant is called a living transplant. Individuals who donate a kidney for transplant can live healthy lives with the remaining kidney.

A person receiving a transplant usually receives only one kidney, but, in rare situations, he/she may receive two kidneys from a deceased kidney donor. In most cases, the diseased kidneys are left in place during the transplant procedure. The transplanted kidney is implanted in the lower abdomen on the front side of the body.

More Information On Our Kidney Transplant Surgery Program



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