Welcome to Transplant Surgery
At the VCU Division of Transplant Surgery our mission is to provide the best in patient care, research and education. This allows us to maintain our position as a leading authority in all aspects of solid organ transplantation.
Our rich and innovative history began in 1962, when we initiated a transplant program — one of three in the country at the time. As we pioneered transplantation, we also set the foundation for our future as a leading transplant center. The dedication of our staff has helped our program grow and develop into one that’s far more advanced than anyone thought possible just 50 years ago.
Today, kidney, liver, pancreas and pancreatic islet cell transplantations have become routine at the Hume-Lee Transplant Center.
To make an appointment
Our transplant clinics are the ambulatory locations where patients will be seen during the evaluation and post-transplant process.
Call (804) 828-4104
Toll-free (800) 762-6161, ext. 4104For locations and contact information
We offer a transplant surgery fellowship program at Hume-Lee Transplant Center that includes adult and pediatric renal, hepatic and pancreatic transplantation. The kidney transplant fellowship has been accredited continuously by American Society of Transplant Surgeons since 1981, and the liver transplant fellowship since 1996.Transplant Surgery Fellowship Program
Our research initiatives are patient centered, with an emphasis on liver, kidney and pancreas transplantation and disease, cell transplant and animal model studies. As a result of the research performed at the Hume-Lee Transplant Center, our researchers have authored or collaborated on more than 400 peer-reviewed abstracts and articles published in leading professional journals.
Marlon F. Levy, M.D., FACS
Chair, Transplant Surgery
William Maixner, M.H.A.
Administrative Staff Specialist
Eighth Floor, East Wing
Richmond, Virginia 23298-0057
Phone: (804) 828-9298
Fax: (804) 828-4858