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​Welcome to Baylor Scott & White Transplant Services!

Baylor Scott & White Transplant Services is made up of an elite group of surgeons. Giuliano Testa, MD serves as chairman as well as the chief of Abdominal Transplant at Baylor University Medical Center. ​Established in 1984, BSW Transplant Services working in collaboration with Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute, and is one of the Top 10 centers in the nation by volume. BSW Transplant Services works in conjunction with  Baylor Scott & White​ Liver and Pancreas Disease Center​ and Baylor Scott & White Liver Consultants of Texas.

We offer liver, kidney, pancreas, uterus and auto islet transplantation. With nearly 11,000 solid organ transplants, we have established a reputation for excellence and innovation in patient care and research. We are proud to participate in more than 60 research protocols and have trained more than 50 transplant surgeons who are now operating worldwide. Our surgeons provide transplant services at two locations, Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center - Fort Worth. Göran Klintmalm, MD, PhD, FACS, is now chief emeritus of the Transplant Institute, serving in an advisory role for Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) and supporting strategic projects.​



Transplant Milestones​

WFAA video: His best friend gave him a liver and saved his life.

WFAA video: A dad, a son and a kidney named Junior: WFAA photographer's sacrifice saves his father.​


​The cover of TIME Magazine’s January 2019 issue features a story on the first baby born at Baylor University Medical Center to a mother with a transplanted uterus in the United States. Our very own Drs. Testa and Johannesson and other BSW Transplant team members are featured.

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Dallas, Texas— 48 year old Kenny DeCay of Arlington, TX is the recipient of the 1000th living donor kidney transplant at Baylor University Medical Center.  DeCay’s donor, Janiece DeCay traveled from Atlanta, GA to give the gift of life to her brother-in-law. The Baylor Transplant program is the first in north Texas to reach this historic 1000th living donor kidney transplant milestone.

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​​Sister travels all the way from India to be her brother’s living kidney donor.

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Congratulations to the Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas transplant team for the first baby to be born to a woman who received a uterus transplant on the downtown campus. The live birth, which occurred in November 2017 and was announced December 1, was the first to a uterine transplant recipient in the United States.

 

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Dr. Giuliano Testa and the team at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas performs first living-donor womb transplant in the United States.  


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Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas participates in the momentous unplanned event transplanting 12 organs in 24 hours, in turn giving nine patients the gift of life. 


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As of February 2016, Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas becomes the third hospital in the US to transplant 4,000 livers, including more than 55 living liver transplants - only the third program in the US to have done so.


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Video: Liver Transplant: What to Expect​ Vid​eos​



​​​Events
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“Burden of Genius,” a film about Dr. Thomas Starzl and his journey into organ transplantation premiered in Texas at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas on October 30.  

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