From transplant surgeons and transplant nurses to insurance coordinators and support group facilitators, our team works to assist patients with care and compassion through the organ transplant process.
Scripps provides comprehensive kidney transplant, liver transplant and pancreas transplant services. Our expert medical team will help you understand important organ transplant facts, answer your questions and address your concerns.
Scripps Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) Program offers life-saving treatments for blood cancers and other conditions. Recognized for our expertise and innovation, our BMT program facilitates bone marrow and stem cell transplants for people across the country.
We’re also the primary collection source for the National Marrow Donor Program in Southern California, the Department of Defense, as well as the largest collection site in the world.
At Scripps, we treat the person, not the illness. Our patient-centered approach combines a multidisciplinary team with the most advanced treatments and technology available in San Diego and beyond.
We are now offering Video Visits for some specialty care appointments. If you are interested in scheduling a Video Visit, contact the provider’s office directly. The doctor’s office will work with you to determine if this is the right type of visit for you.
Bone, marrow and solid organ transplant services are offered at Scripps Green Hospital and Scripps Clinic Torrey Pines, located about 15 miles north of downtown San Diego. We also offer transplant hepatology services at Scripps Clinic Jefferson, located in the city of Oceanside, in San Diego’s North County region.
Additionally, we have satellite offices that extend our solid organ transplant (liver, kidney and pancreas) services to patients beyond the San Diego region:
28078 Baxter Road, Ste. 530
Murrieta, CA 92563
Blood and marrow transplant services are also offered at the following locations:
Please contact us for information about office locations, days and hours of operation and appointment times.
In addition to comprehensive transplantation care, our highly trained team of hepatologists and caregivers deliver expert liver disease care. Some liver conditions may eventually lead to the need for a transplant and if your condition does indicate a transplant is the best course of treatment, it’s best to be monitored and cared for by a physician who specializes in liver transplant care.
Our team provides treatment and care for the following conditions:
- Acute and chronic liver failure
- Liver cancer, including hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC)
- Hepatitis C
- Biliary stricture
- Portal hypertension
- Other complex disorders that involve the liver, gallbladder or bile ducts
Scripps offers a variety of patient support services to ensure your physical, psychological and emotional well-being as well as resources for dealing with the logistical aspects of your care. Our inspirational transplant patient success stories are another great resource to learn more about the supportive, life-affirming aspects of Scripps transplant services and care.
The Scripps transplantation team delivers the highest quality of transplant care every day and partners with referring providers during their patient’s transplant process and ongoing care. If you’re a physician, learn how to refer a patient to our program.