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Contact information

Telephone #s:

​Dept. Head and Pre-Transplant Clinic ​03-9376528
​Secretary​03-9376528
​Post-Transplant and nephrology counseling ​03-9376469
03-9376582
​Transplant coordinator​03-9376473/6

 

Fax: 03-9376582
Post-Transplant and nephrology counseling - 03-9376567

E-mail: emor@clalit.org.il

Opening hours

Visiting hours:
16:00–18:00

Patient Information:
Daily in the afternoon

Doctors’ rounds:
8:30-10:00, 14:30-15:00 daily

Location

​Gour Shasha Tower, Beilinson Hospital, 5th Floor

Department of Organ Transplantation - Beilinson

Director: Prof. Eytan Mor

Department of Organ Transplantation - Beilinson

About the Department

The Department of Organ Transplantation– the only dedicated service in Israel

Rabin Medical Center has the number one transplantation program in Israel, performing over 70% of the organ transplants annually. A leader in kidney, lung, heart, liver and pancreas transplants, RMC boasts an active multiple organ and living-related donor program. Our hospital remains a pioneer in transplant procedures in the country, from the performance of Israel's first kidney transplant in 1964 and first heart transplant in 1968, the fifth institute in the world to do so, to the first small intestine transplant in 2014.

The Department of Organ Transplantation is the only dedicated organ transplant service in the country. It has the finest multi-discipline teams, curing and treating thousands of adult and pediatric children suffering from renal failure and acute liver diseases, enabling them to live positive, healthy lives for many years.  The surgical capabilities, high technological level and personal commitment to saving lives places the Division at the forefront of medical progress and gives it international recognition.

Head of the Department: Prof. Eytan Mor, a world-renowned specialist. Under his leadership, the Division of Organ Transplantation has reached unforeseen achievements and pioneered medical breakthroughs in the field in Israel. For example, Prof. Mor introduced live donor liver transplantation for adults and children, "domino" transplantations, transplant of intestines and more.

Surgical activities: The Department's activities include kidney, liver, pancreas and intestine transplantations, and is based on excellent and innovative surgical care and modern surgical tools. RMC's Transplant Program also performs heart and lung transplants.

Pediatric Transplantation: The Department is the National Center for kidney, liver and intestine transplants in children, referred from all ends of the country.

Research activities: The Department's team takes part in international research studies on the subjects of prevention of organ rejection, identifying mechanisms leading to tolerance which negate the need for life-long anti-rejection medications - for this purpose we are presently creating a lab model for combined transplantation of kidney and stem cells, and more. The Department's Laboratory for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine performs innovative research in this field.

Preceptorship Program for Ph.D. students: The Department is currently developing an innovative preceptorship program in collaboration with the Feinberg College of Weizmann Institute, with the intention of working together on potential groundbreaking areas of research and development.

The Rabin Medical Center Organ Transplant Program – the leader in Israel:

  • 70% of the organ transplants in Israel, including kidney, liver, heart, lungs and pancreas.
  • 5,000 organ transplants at RMC until now
  • 85% of the kidney transplants from a live donor, including altruistic donors
  • 95% of the abdominal organ transplantations in children in Israel
  • Virtually 100% of lung transplants
  • Intestine transplants and complex liver resections
  • 230 kidney transplants a year, 50 liver transplants a year
  • Over 650 lung transplants until now
  • 2,500 transplant recipients undergoing life-long follow-up
  • 200 child transplant recipients undergoing life-long follow-up
  • 1,300 candidates for kidney transplantation undergo evaluation
  • 12,500 patient visits of transplant patients a year