An internationally renowned destination for transplant care and one of the largest in the nation
Baylor Scott & White Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute at Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center – Fort Worth and Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health is one of the busiest multi-specialty transplant centers in the world.
We have performed more than 2,300 transplants to date—including more than 633 liver transplants and 1,595 kidney transplants—making us the highest volume transplant center in Fort Worth. We also offer convenient outreach locations in Lubbock and Amarillo for kidney transplant appointments. In addition, we have liver outreach clinics in Amarillo, Lubbock, and Odessa for patients with liver conditions such as cirrhosis, hepatitis, and fatty liver as well as other complex liver issues including alcohol related liver disease.
The Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute is home to a highly experienced team of Fort Worth transplant physicians on the medical staff and other clinicians who provide comprehensive transplant services. Our transplant services combine advanced clinical research and innovative approaches to provide quality results and outstanding service to patients and their families.
Transplant programs in Fort Worth
At Baylor Scott & White All Saints – Fort Worth, we provide liver, kidney, living donor kidney, islet cell and pancreas transplants.
Watch the video and hear about our transplant program from our transplant specialists and transplant recipients.
Our transplant program has been featured in national media
Baylor Scott & White Transplant surgeon named to TIME 100
Elementary school parent donates kidney to school receptionist after transplant delay due to coronavirus pandemic
Eight patients receive life-saving organ transplants in fewer than 48 hours
Martial arts helps chaplain thrive after heart transplant
Woman is one of 25 in the world to welcome baby after successful uterus transplant
With dialysis looming, Kenny's living kidney transplant was the gift of a lifetime
Uterus transplant recipients meet their donors
Islet cell transplant frees teen from life of chronic pain
Kidney recipient and donor already shared a special connection
FitSTEPS for Life
FitSTEPS for Life is an exercise program developed to tailor exercise to patient’s specific diagnosis and physical capabilities. The program was initially designed for cancer patients. More recently, patients with liver disease were added to this program.
FitSTEPS for Life operates in multiple locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area including the Baylor University Medical Center. The program permits patients to benefit from a gym-like experience for free.
Note: This program is currently on hold due to COVID-19
Affordable temporary housing for transplant patients
Twice Blessed House is dedicated to serving pre- and post-transplant patients and their caregivers by providing a warm family atmosphere and amenities needed for daily living. Twice Blessed House (TBH) offers patients and their caregivers temporary and affordable housing during the entire transplant process.