Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation

The Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation (CLDT) offers adults and children with liver disease the seamless integration of medical, surgical and radiologic expertise.  The Center has performed over 1000 liver transplants as of July, 2007, and has cared for thousands of patients with liver disease and liver cancer.

The Center offers a full spectrum of services to patients suffering from all forms of liver disease, from walk-in office consultations to antiviral treatment for Hepatitis C and Hepatitis B, to liver transplantation.

Founded in 1998, the Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation is one of the first liver programs built from inception as a multidisciplinary unit. We have a legacy of close collaboration among clinical specialists, including hepatologists, gastroenterologists, hepatobiliary surgeons, diagnostic and pathology experts, advanced-care nurses, social workers, and patient support staff affiliated with the program.

Clinical innovation and scientific progress are at the core of the Center's mission. Liver transplant procedures at the CLDT take advantage of the most sophisticated medical knowledge and surgical technology available today. We offer novel treatments for patients with liver cancer and cancers of the bile duct, or cancers that started elsewhere in the body and spread to the liver.  Our patients have the opportunity to receive treatments available in only a few centers, or in no other centers.

For more information please visit the Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation website.