Welcome to the Institute of Liver Transplant & HPB Surgery
Empathy. Expertise. Excellence.
The three pillars of our thought and philosophy, that drive every single member of our dedicated team to deliver exceptional healthcare services
Why choose MGM Healthcare’s Institute of Liver Transplant & HPB Surgery?
MGM Healthcare, a 400-bedded quaternary care hospital in the heart of the city, proudly introduces its Institute of Liver Transplant & HPB Surgery. The institute has been set-up with the vision to utilise the latest in technology, innovation and medical protocols to give people in liver failure a new lease of life.
Message from the Department
Welcome! Thank you for showing interest in the Institute of Liver Transplant and HPB Surgery. Our programme at MGM Healthcare is driven by experienced doctors, advanced technology and medical equipment, and state-of-the-art facilities. All these culminate to serve one purpose alone, to provide patients with a better quality of life.
While the idea of a transplant can be frightening, it is a fairly routine surgery today, with close to 90% chance of survival in the first year. In fact, experienced doctors suggest transplant as a treatment option 80% of the time, given that patients fit the eligibility criteria. It is strongly believed that earlier the transplant, the better the outcomes. Be advised, after transplantation, regular follow-ups and lifelong immunosuppression are mandatory for the success of the transplant. With this, patients can return to leading a normal social, intellectual and sexual life. Having said that, research is ongoing to find an alternative to transplant and also, to do away with lifelong immunosuppression medicines. We hope to see this day soon.
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Setting world standards of treatment and care for liver transplant, HPB and GI procedures
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Talk to our expert team of liver transplant surgeons to understand your condition when you are faced with the tough decision of having a liver transplant. Sometimes, it’s more than just the treatment — it’s also about the right conversations, advice and perspectives.