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Format: 04/23/2014
Format: 04/23/2014


WPXI- TV: Medicare OKs Pittsburgh Liver Transplant Program

Friday, January 29th, 2010

The liver transplant program at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh has been certified by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

The designation means patients covered by the government-run insurance programs can get liver transplants at the hospital.

Patients of private insurance companies that use the federal designation can also have the surgery there.

Doctors performed the first liver transplants at Allegheny General in the fall of 2007, and have done 24 so far. Before that, only the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center offered liver transplants in the city.

Allegheny General was already certified for heart, kidney and pancreas transplants.


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