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Our mission at the Kidney and Pancreatic Transplant Program of GIMS Health Care is to offer the widest range of options to people facing end-stage kidney disease and severe diabetes. We are gratified to bring you the best care possible.

  • We are committed to doing whatever we can to make the transplant process easier for you. At our special outpatient facility we provide weekend and off-hour attention; our Infusion Center provides infusions and biopsies on an outpatient basis. We partner closely with donors and recipients and their referring physicians to enable a seamless continuum of care, while helping patients and their families navigate emotional, financial, and logistical concerns.
  • Thanks to advances developed here, we’ve found new ways of expanding the donor pool, increasing the number of kidneys available for transplants, addressing the shortage of healthy organs, and reducing waiting times for organs.
  • As part of a large academic medical center and one of the top hospitals in the nation, our program calls upon the expertise of a wide range of healthcare provider to help patients with medical issues that present barriers to transplantation, including pregnant women and women with infertility problems, obese patients, and patients at high risk due to advanced age or health conditions.

Programs & Services

If you’re in need of a kidney or pancreas transplant, we’re here to help you find an available organ, make sure you have a safe and successful surgery, and support you during every step of your recovery and beyond. Our Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program is a national leader in these critical areas, and we are always looking for new ways to improve all aspects of transplant care. Our services include.

    Kidney Transplant Program

    The goal of the Kidney Transplant Program at Columbia is to get people off the transplant list and back to living a healthy life. To tackle the chronic shortage of available organs, we’ve developed a system that allocates kidneys according to a person’s need, risk, and potential benefit, and we've found safer and more effective ways to overcome the body's natural tendency to reject a transplanted kidney.


The department also provides expert management for the entire range of Expert Doctors.

Walter White

Chief Medical Officer

Sarah Jhonson


William Anderson