The Organ Transplant Centre is a tertiary Organ Transplant care delivery center with international standards of excellence. Pediatric and adult patients are evaluated in highly specialized clinics by multidisciplinary staff that are uniquely trained and certified by either North American or European Boards in their respective medical subspecialties; patients are offered therapies consistent with disease-specific management guidelines in accordance with international standards. With its four clinical sections of Adult Liver, Kidney, Lung, & Pancreas, Pediatric Liver, Kidney, Lung, & Pancreas.

The Organ Transplant Centre is fully capable and committed to meeting the growing needs of the Kingdom and its people for all types of Organ Failure diseases thereby minimizing, if not totally eliminating, referrals abroad. 

Through team-oriented, evidence-based practice and by utilizing advanced informatics systems, cutting-edge research and advanced education complement our highly specialized patient care.
The Organ Transplant Center was established as a new division of King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center (KFSH&RC) in October 2010 to be a world leading center of excellence in solid organ transplantation.

The Organ Transplant Center is one the most active and experienced transplant centers in the Middle East.

We at the Organ Transplant Center provide collaborative interdisciplinary healthcare to adults and children in Saudi Arabia in need for transplantation of kidney, liver, lung, pancreas and small bowel transplantation.


OTC Centre is renowned worldwide for its quality in the following areas of Transplantation care:

  • OTC The 1st center in Saudi Arabia and in the Gulf States Region
  • High-risk open Laparotomy surgeries in hemodialysis patients
  • High-risk complicated repeat open liver surgery in pediatric & Adult Pts
  • High-risk complicated repeat open renal surgery in pediatric & adults.
  • High-risk complicated repeat Hepatobiliary Surgeries in pediatric & adults.
  • Open Laparotomy surgeries in patients with multiple chronic diseases.