Transplant Services

Saving lives through transplantation

A group of Scripps transplant physicians siting at a conference table, representing the advanced multidisciplinary transplant services at Scripps.

Drs. Christopher Marsh and James Mason, Scripps Center for Organ and Cell Transplantation

Saving lives through transplantation

For more than 20 years, our medical team has provided expert care to people in need of life-saving organ transplants and blood or marrow transplants in one of southern California’s premier transplant centers. In 1980, Scripps developed the first blood and bone marrow transplant (BMT) program in San Diego, and was one of the first in the nation to administer bone marrow stem cell transplantation. In 1990, San Diego’s first liver transplant program was developed by Scripps Clinic.


With decades of experience and leadership, Scripps transplant surgeons and support teams offer you and your loved ones compassionate, expert care along every step of your journey.


Through innovative treatments and rigorous research, our transplant programs have amassed one of the longest-established records in the nation for high quality care. 

Organ transplant

A group of Scripps transplant physicians smile whole standing in a medical facility lobby, representing coordinated care for transplantation at Scripps.

Organ transplant

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.

Blood and marrow transplant

Scripps transplant physicians, Drs. Anuj Mahindra, James Mason and Jeffrey Andrey, standing and smiling in a medical facility lobby, representing the collaborative and compassionate care at Scripps for blood and marrow transplant.

Blood and marrow transplant

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.

Our approach to transplants

Our approach to transplants

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.

Transplant care locations

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. 


Satellite offices help to extend our solid organ transplant (liver, kidney and pancreas) services to patients across the San Diego region:


Murrieta 

28078 Baxter Road, Ste. 530 

Murrieta, CA 92563


Rancho Mirage

69-730 Highway 111, Suite 117

Rancho Mirage, CA 92270


Riverside

3660 Park Sierra, Suite 208

Riverside, CA 92505


Orange County

19582 Beach Blvd, Suite 218

Huntington Beach, CA 92648


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.

Patient support and resources

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.

For referring providers

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.