Transplant

Liver Thrombosis Program

The Liver Thrombosis Program is a groundbreaking initiative at Mount Sinai Health System providing essential medical care for adults and children with blood clotting disorders affecting the liver and intestines. It is the only program of its kind in the United States, with physician-scientists who are well-known experts in the field of blood coagulation and thrombosis, working as part of a multidisciplinary team.

At Mount Sinai, we offer a team approach that brings together specialists in hepatology, liver surgery, intestinal surgery, hematology, endoscopy, vascular medicine, liver pathology, and interventional radiology. Our team provides comprehensive care to all patients, tailoring each care plan to your individual needs. As one of the nation's leading hospitals and highly ranked medical schools, we use the resources of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai including medical experts and researchers in a wide range of disciplines within the Mount Sinai Health System.  

We treat a variety of conditions, including liver disease, thrombophilia, Budd-Chiari syndrome, Mesenteric thrombosis (MVT), portal vein thrombosis, and portal hypertension. In addition, we have the skills and facilities to perform a variety of complex procedures such as intestinal, liver, and multivisceral transplantation.

The Mount Sinai Hospital is a state-of-the-art facility using advanced technologies and the latest technologies for patients. Mount Sinai has one of the few dedicated liver transplant intensive care units in the nation. We accept sick patients from other hospitals, including out-of-state facilities. Our 24/7 Transfer Service (212-241-6467 or 800-867-4624) (Toll Free) facilitates these transfers in an expedited manner.