Duke has been a pioneer in solid organ transplantation since we established one of the nation’s first kidney transplant programs in 1965. Today, our reputation as one of the nation’s top transplant centers derives from our delivery of expert care to hundreds of adults and children each year. Our survival rates among organ transplant recipients consistently rank among the best in the United States.
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We use the latest advances in transplant medicine to expand the pool of available organs, including aggressive organ recovery efforts and innovative organ preservation strategies.
Teams of Specialists
Our doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals are dedicated to providing compassionate clinical care along with solid research. They make significant contributions to practice guidelines and policies that determine transplant practices nationwide.
Leaders in Hand Transplantation
The head of our hand transplant program helped establish the first hand transplant program in the U.S., where the first hand transplant in the U.S. was performed. She leads research that guides the application of this investigational procedure.
Manage Your Health with Duke MyChart
View test results, make appointments, request prescription refills, and message your doctor from any Web-enabled device by using our secure online portal, Duke MyChart. Our technology also allows anyone on your care team to securely access your health information, making sure you always get care that's right for you and based on the latest evidence.
Duke University Hospital is proud of our team and the exceptional care they provide. They are why we are once again recognized as the best hospital in North Carolina, and nationally ranked in 11 adult and 9 pediatric specialties by U.S. News & World Report for 2020–2021.