The liver transplant program at Rush provides comprehensive transplant services for adults with end-stage liver disease. The program is a collaborative effort between the Division of Hepatology and the Solid Organ Transplant Program at Rush. Since its inception in 1985, Rush's transplant program has been one of the most active programs of its kind in the nation.
Edie Y Chan, MD, completed medical school at MCP Hahnemann University School of Medicine, her residency at Rush University Medical Center, and her fellowship at the University of Washington Medical Center. She is board certified in Surgery and has clinical expertise in abdominal transplant, bile duct repair, cholecystectomy, liver surgery, liver transplant, pancreas transplant, and pancreas-kidney transplant. Additionally, she is an associate professor at Rush University and is fluent in Chinese (Cantonese).
Martin Hertl, MD, is the Director of Solid Organ Transplant. He completed medical school at the Medical Faculty of Hamburg University, Germany, his residencies at Essen University Hospital, Germany and the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany, and his fellowships at Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada, and Washington University School of Medicine. He has clinical expertise in biliary surgery, hepatobiliary cancer, islet cell transplantation, kidney transplant, liver cancer, liver surgery, liver transplant, pancreas transplant, pancreatic cancer, pediatric kidney transplant, and vascular access surgery. Hertl also has research interest in liver xenotransplantaiton and organ perfusion and preservation and is fluent in German.
Erik Schadde, MD, is a board certified surgeron with practice emphasis in liver transplant. He completed his fellowship at the University of Wisconon Medical Center.
Photos And Videos
Our Liver Staff at the Annual Liver Walk
Meet our Nurses!
Liver Multidisciplinary Team
Liver Surgeons and Hepatologists
Our office is open Monday - Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm
Liver Transplant clinic is held every Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:00am-12:00pm.
Are you new to our practice? The transplant process can begin with a phone call to our program. Contact us at 312-942-4252 for more information about our program, or to find out if you are eligible for a liver transplant.
Have you been to our practice before? Contact us at 312-942-4252 and our office staff can help you schedule your follow-up appointments, reschedule or cancel your appointment.
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We accept many managed care and private health insurance plans, as well as government-sponsored programs.
For a list of current plans accepted, please visit the Rush Health website.
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