Liver transplant surgery may be in your future if you have liver failure due to chronic liver disease. An expert liver transplant program can ensure you live a long, productive life after your liver transplant. Evaluations by specialists from a variety of fields are needed to determine if a liver transplant is appropriate. The evaluation includes a review of your medical history and a variety of tests. The transplant team will arrange blood tests, X – rays, and other tests to help make the decision about whether you need a transplant and whether a transplant can be carried out safely. Other aspects of your health-like your heart, lungs, kidneys, immune system, and mental health-will also be checked to be sure you’re strong enough for surgery. A team of specialists works together to manage your care before, during and long after your liver transplant surgery.

Our Liver Center provides a complete range of services that include diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up for patients with liver and bile duct disorders including complicated surgical procedures such as liver transplants. Our team of liver specialists, nurses and medical professionals work with the latest medical technology and equipment to deliver the best care for all patients in the Liver Center.
Our Services
  • Diagnosis and treatment of liver and bile duct disorders, including:
  • Viral hepatitis, including hepatitis A, B and C
  • Acute hepatitis
  • Chronic hepatitis
  • Fatty liver
  • Cirrhosis
  • Biliary atresia
  • Liver cancer
  • Bile duct cancer
  • Liver transplants for patients who have end-stage liver disease that cannot be treated by other methods pursuant to Thai Medical Council Regulations
  • Dialysis for patients with liver failure
  • Viral hepatitis vaccinations
  • Medical advice and care for patients
  • Information about diseases and medications
  • Self-care advice to manage side effects
  • Follow-up after treatment to monitor and treat complications
  • Patient care after liver transplant

You cannot have a transplant if you have:

  • cancer in another part of your body
  • serious heart, lung, or nerve disease
  • active alcohol or illegal drug abuse
  • an active, severe infection
  • inability to follow your doctor’s instructions