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Stanford Health Care’s Liver Transplant Program began in 1991 as part of the Multi-Organ Transplant Program. Since then, our team has performed more than 1,400 liver transplants, consistently exceeding national patient and liver survival rates at the one- and three-year marks after transplantation.
Your doctor will request an evaluation by one of Stanford's transplant specialists, who will review your previous medical records and determine if additional tests are necessary. Patients undergoing initial evaluation, medical follow-up before transplant, and post-transplant follow-up, both early and late, are seen in the liver transplant clinic.
To learn more about our outreach locations, call the Outreach Clinic Central Office at 650-725-1988.
We are committed to maintaining regular communication with referring physicians, including sending all records regarding consultation and outpatient clinic visits, as well as a summary of Liver Transplant Selection Committee minutes.
Stanford Health Care provides comprehensive services to refer and track patients, as well as provides the latest information and news for physicians and office staff. For help with all referral needs and questions visit Referring Physicians.
HOW TO REFER
For our liver transplant clinic in Palo Alto, please submit a referral form via fax at 650-498-7888 or electronically via PRISM. We will fax a confirmation of receipt to your office. If you have any questions about the referral process, please call us at 650-498-7878.
For our outreach clinics, please fax the cover sheet and patient referral form to 650-725-4085. If you have questions about the referral process to our outreach clinics, please call us at 650-725-1988.
FOLLOW UP ON A PATIENT
Our team initiates regular telephone communication, if necessitated by the patient's status, and sends each referring physician a binder of basic information regarding pre- and post-transplant patient management, including copies of pertinent chapters and articles from the literature, to facilitate ongoing care.