• Pediatric Lung Transplant Program

    Why Your Child May Need a Lung Transplant

    Nurse with patient.

    We believe the best results happen for children when families, patients and a health care team work together.

    The Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center lung transplant team strives to provide personal evaluations, world-class treatment and cutting-edge research for pediatric patients with complex and challenging end-stage lung diseases and conditions.

    Why Cincinnati Children's?

    At Cincinnati Children’s, a personalized approach is put in place for each patient — from the initial contact all the way through each phase of care — based on the child’s condition, family dynamics and the education and support needed. Once your journey begins, we are wholly committed to helping you, your child, and your family in having a positive and successful experience.

    There is nothing we can say to make this journey less scary, but if you, your family and your child do decide to move forward with a transplant — we will be with you every single step of the way. Your family becomes a part of our family, and we will do everything we can to support you.

    Our dedicated program staff includes physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, respiratory therapists, social workers, dietitians and child life specialists with robust core medical, surgical and nursing knowledge with specific pediatric lung transplantation experience.

    If someone you know is affected by end-stage lung disease and is considering lung transplantation, please explore the information on this site and reach out to us with any questions.

  • About Us

    Learn more about the Pediatric Lung Transplant Program.

    Read about your child’s pediatric lung transplant team, and our commitment to you and your family.

  • Contact Us

    Contact us.

    To reach the staff of the Pediatric Lung Transplant Program, call 1-844-201-2674.