Program-specific statistics on organ transplants
Start your search for a transplant program-specific report (PSR) by using the search box at the top of the page.
Approximately 250 transplant centers are members of the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (find more information about OPTN). Our PSRs are produced twice each year for each solid organ transplant program (heart, intestine, kidney, liver, lung, and pancreas). Each hospital that performs transplants may have more than one transplant program; it may have liver, lung, heart, and kidney programs, but not pancreas or intestine programs. A separate PSR is produced for each program at each transplant hospital. The reports contain information about the candidates waiting for transplant, outcomes on the waiting list, the transplant recipients, the donors, and the outcomes after transplant. Access the PSR Reporting Timeline.
Learn more about where these data come from
Learn more about the SRTR databaseThe SRTR Database
Get the most up-to-date information on transplant programs
The PSRs are released publicly in December/January and June/July of each year. The data contained in the reports are typically current as of 6 months before the release date. Please refer to the following useful resources to help you understand the reports:
Report Published: January 2017
Next Update Due: July 2017
National Center-Level Summary Data by Organ
The Program-Specific Reports contain many data points for each transplant program. Researchers wishing to do more in-depth analyses can download Excel files containing all information contained in the reports by choosing a specific organ in the drop-down below. An Excel file will download to your computer that will enable you to analyze data across all programs in the nation. The files contain many data elements and are organized by section and table/figure within the program-specific reports. Cross-referencing the Excel file with a program’s full report in PDF format is the easiest way to navigate the file. You can find a program’s full report by searching for a program using the search function at the top of the page.