RMTI: Pediatric Liver Disease/Liver Transplantation Program
Every pediatrician in the Pediatric Liver Disease/Liver Transplantation Program Faculty Practice Associates is a member of the staff of the Mount Sinai Hospital and the Icahn School of Medicine. The mission of the Pediatric Liver Disease/Liver Transplantation Program is to provide state of the art care for children with liver disease. This mission is being met through clinical and research activities in pediatric hepatology and pediatric liver transplantation. The program continues to undergo significant growth and is recognized as one of the leading centers in the nation.
New York Daily News - Daily Checkup: Living Donation is Key to Finding Kidney Compatibility
April 21, 2013 - Antonios Arvelakis, MD, says living donation is a way of improving on the shortage of kidneys available for life-saving transplants.
Tel: 212-731-RMTI (7684)
Adult Liver Diseases, Liver/Bile Duct Surgery, and Liver Transplantation
Pediatric Liver Diseases/Liver Transplantation Program
Kidney/Pancreas Transplantation Program
Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplantation Program
The Zweig Family Center for Living Donation