Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program


We are committed to new developments that minimize side effects of long-term immunosuppression and safely increase transplant opportunities.

-Jane Tan, MD, PhD Medical Director, Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program
Transplant Types
Thaderine's Inspiring Story To Help Her Husband
Learn from Stanford Health Care doctors how living kidney donations work and what to expect before and after surgery. In addition, Thaderine shares her story of why she donated part of her kidney and how her gift to someone else made its way back to her husband, who also needed a kidney transplant.
Desensitization Treatments
Clinical Trials

Excellence in Quality and Outcomes

What to Expect

Living Kidney Donation
Minimally Invasive Kidney Donation

Your Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation Team

At Stanford Health Care, you have access to leading experts in kidney and pancreas care and transplantation medicine. Our team offers complete transplant evaluation and education for transplant recipients and living donors, with pancreas transplantation available for certain people with diabetes.

Extended Care Team

Our Patients

Related Programs and Services

Kidney and Pancreas Transplant FAQs

How many people in the United States need kidney or pancreas transplants?
Where do transplanted organs come from?
Can I get a transplant faster?
How common are kidney and pancreas transplants in the U.S.?
How am I placed on the waiting list for a new organ?
How are transplant organs allocated?
How long will it take to get a new kidney, pancreas, or both?
How am I notified when a donor organ is available?
What is the long-term outlook for a person after a transplant?

The Stanford Health Care Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program provides seamless access to all of Stanford Health Care’s transplant care services. 

For Referring Physicians

International Patients
Phone: +1 650-723-8561