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    Kidney Transplant

    California Pacific performed its first kidney transplant in 1969 and has performed more than 4,500 since. CPMC has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Health's Health Resources and Service Administration for our high patient and graft survival rates. The graphs below show two markers of transplant quality: patient survival and graft survival.

    Kidney Transplant: Patient Survival
    Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients Release 2014

    Results1 month
    1 year:
    Patients receiving transplant between 07/01/2010‐12/31/2012
    3 years:
    Patients receiving transplant between 01/01/2008‐6/30/2010
    CPMC Results100%98.39%
    statistically higher
    than expected
    94.92%
    statistically higher than expected
    Expected99.28%96.62%92.19%
    United States99.38%97.07%92.36%

    Kidney Transplant: Graft Survival
    Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients Release 2014

    Results1 month1 year:
    Patients receiving transplant between 07/01/2010‐12/31/2012
    3 years:
    Patients receiving transplant between 00/01/2008‐06/30/2010
    CPMC Results99.35%
    statistically higher than expected
    97.17%
    statistically higher
    than expected
    90.73%
    statistically higher
    than expected
    Expected98.01%94.00%87.47%
    United States98.19%94.52%86.34%

    The "expected" value is calculated based on transplant patient and donor characteristics which take factors such as age and patient diagnosis into consideration. The expected patient survival rate is the patient survival rate we would expect to see based on our patient and donor population's characteristics. A "statistically higher" difference between observed and expected value shows an extremely high quality of patient care.

    For national transplant data and additional center-specific reports, view the Scientific Registry of Transplant RecipientsOpens new window Web site.

    Kidney Transplant Data Opens new window from the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN)

    Learn more about our Kidney Transplant Program.