Kidney Transplant
Adult and Pediatric

Put your life and your health in the hands of a highly trained team with Soul like ours.

It's time to leave limitations behind and embrace a better future with our medical and scientific support for your kidney transplant surgery

Did you know that the survival rate of both the transplanted patient and the organ exceeds 90%? Patients between the ages of 20 and 39 can have a life expectancy up to 17 years longer than those who remain on the waiting list.

Our mission is to bring you closer to the opportunity of a new life, thanks to the innovation of our living donor kidney transplant program.

Living donor kidney transplant offers multiple advantages:

  • Greater graft and recipient survival.
  • Allows optimization of both donor and recipient conditions.
  • Reduces ischemia time between nephrectomy and implantation.
  • Provides good initial function (up to 90%) without the need for dialysis.

Why choose Hospital Pablo Tobón Uribe for your kidney transplant?

First class medical excellence

We have a team of expert surgeons and specialists in kidney transplants, recognized nationally and internationally for their excellence and dedication in the field of medicine.

Specialized multidisciplinary team

Our interdisciplinary approach seeks the complete well-being of our patients, attending to their physical, mental and emotional needs. We offer services oriented to holistic and personalized care during your stay.

Access to medical specialties

Hospital Pablo Tobón Uribe offers access to a wide range of medical specialties and complementary services, guaranteeing comprehensive and complete care for each patient.

Advanced technology

Our facilities are equipped with the latest medical technology to perform kidney transplant procedures with the highest standards of quality and precision.

Track record of success

We have performed numerous kidney transplants with outstanding results, giving new hope of life to our patients and their loved ones.

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Competitive prices

Facing a kidney transplant can be an emotionally and financially challenging experience. That's why we strive to offer affordable and transparent rates, so you can recover your health without worrying about the impact on your finances.

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Why travel to Colombia for your kidney transplant?
  • Colombia has emerged as a leading destination for medical tourism due to its excellent hospital infrastructure, highly skilled medical professionals, and affordable costs compared to other countries.
  • Medellín, the city where Hospital Pablo Tobón Uribe is located, is renowned for its outstanding medical facilities, safety, and accessibility. Additionally, the city offers a variety of cultural and tourist attractions that can make the stay for patients and their families more comfortable and enjoyable.

Medellin is a vibrant and lively city that welcomes you and stimulates your senses as part of a pleasant and positive preparation for your medical procedure. Discover a bit of its charm.

City tour

Take a tour of the main sights of Medellín, such as Plaza Botero, the Botanical Garden, Arví Park, and the Pueblito Paisa at the top of Cerro Nutibara. This will allow you to learn about the history, culture and beauty of the city.

Art and culture

Visit museums and art galleries to learn about Medellín's rich cultural history. We recommend the Museo de Antioquia, which houses an impressive collection of works by the famous Colombian artist Fernando Botero, and the Museo El Castillo, a beautiful mansion converted into an art museum and stunning gardens.

Nature and Recreation

Take the opportunity to enjoy nature and the outdoors in Medellín's parks and green areas. You can hike through the Arví Park, enjoy the panoramic views from the Nutibara Hill or the Biblioteca España Park, and relax in the Botanical Garden.