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    Liver Transplant

    California Pacific's Liver Disease & Transplant Program opened in 1988 and we have performed more than 1,600 liver transplants since then. Presently, we see nearly 1,000 new liver disease patients and perform more than 50 transplants annually. Our outcomes reflect the excellence of our transplant hepatologists and surgeons who are at the forefront of both clinical research and surgical innovations. The graphs below show two markers of transplant quality: patient survival and graft survival.

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

    Results1 month:
    Patients receiving transplant between 07/01/2010 and 12/31/2012
    1 year:
    Patients receiving transplant between 07/01/2010 and 12/31/2012
    3 years:
    Patients receiving transplant between 01/01/2008 and 06/30/2010
    CPMC Results99.38%97.38%
    statistically higher than expected
    85.27%
    statistically higher than expected
    Expected96.90%89.28%75.90%
    United States97.14%90.18%80.08%

    Liver Transplant: Graft Survival
    Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients Release Jan 2014

    Results1 month:
    Patients receiving transplant between 07/01/2010 and 12/31/2012
    1 year:
    Patients receiving transplant between 07/01/2010 and 12/31/2012
    3 years:
    Patients receiving transplant between 01/01/2008 and 06/30/2010
    CPMC Results98.79%
    statistically higher than expected
    95.49%
    statistically higher than expected
    84.62%
    statistically higher than expected
    Expected95.33%86.89%74.00%
    United States95.50%87.62%76.48%

    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.

    We are committed to providing the highest quality of care and publicly reporting our transplant outcomes. Accordingly, we regularly report our transplant outcomes to the Scientific Registry of Transplant RecipientsOpens new window, which maintains data on all transplant programs nationwide.

    Liver Transplant DataOpens new window from the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN)

    Learn more about our Liver Transplant Program.