For more than 20 years, Medical City Transplant has been making miracles happen. What began in 1991 as a heart transplant program has evolved into a leading regional center for heart, renal and pancreas. Along the way we continued to lead the way minimally invasive heart surgeries, giving previously inoperable patients a second chance at life. Today, we are among the largest, most active transplant facilities North Texas and in the Southwest, having garnered national and international recognition.
Our compassionate care is integrated—our world-class physicians, many with more than 30 years of transplant experience— work closely with a large team of specialists from immunology to surgery to critical care, and all the specialties and subspecialties in between.
- Conveniently located in North Dallas, 7777 Forest Lane, Dallas, TX 75230
- Adult and pediatric transplants
- Integrated comprehensive outpatient clinic
- Small transplant coordinator-to-patient ratio
- 24-Hour nurse coordinator available for patient assistance
- Sophisticated Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU), Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit (MSICU), Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU)
Innovations and Research
- First hospital in North Texas to be recognized as a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) for excellence in nursing care
- In 1999, the Department of Health and Human Services recognized our Heart Transplant Program as the top program in the country in patient survival while waiting for a transplant
- In 1996, Medical City introduced both the pneumatic and electric HeartMate left ventricular assist devices to North Texas. The electric HeartMate allows patients to stay at home while waiting for a donor heart to become available
- In 2012, Medical City became the first hospital in the nation to perform a commercially-approved procedure to replace heart valves in patients, without opening their chests
- The Renal and Pancreas Transplant Program, certified as an approved transplant program by the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) since 1998, has performed multi-organ transplants including simultaneous kidney-pancreas and heart-kidney transplants
- Minimally invasive laparoscopic-assisted donor nephrectomies are offered as a surgical technique for living kidney donors