Find your care
At UCLA Health, we offer hope to patients who need lung transplants.
Call 310-825-6068 to learn more about the Lung Transplant Program.
If you are post-transplant patient seeking transfer of care, please call our office for more information.
At the UCLA Lung and Heart-Lung Transplant Program, we value our partnerships with referring physicians to provide exceptional transplant care to our patients.
How to refer a patient
Our mailing address:
UCLA Lung Transplant Program
1145 Gayley Ave, Suite 301
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Our referral form simplifies gathering the information we need to start a transplant evaluation.
Download the referral form
The referral form, along with the relevant records, can be returned to us by fax. Please call our office with any questions about the process.
Our expert team is always available to help answer questions you may have about referring your patient to our program for a lung or heart-lung transplant. Please do not hesitate to call us at 310-825-6068 if we can assist you in any way. Our goal is to provide exceptional service to you and your patients with advanced lung disease.
Why choose UCLA for patients who need Lung or Heart-Lung Transplant?
Experience. We are the largest program in our region and one of the busiest in the nation, giving us a depth of experience that few centers can match.
Complex cases. We routinely and successfully transplant patients turned away by other centers, including those in need of multi-organ transplants or concurrent cardiac interventions like CABG or valve replacement.
ECMO as a "bridge" to transplant. For patients who decompensate while awaiting transplant, we are able to offer the most advanced life support modalities. We have successfully bridged dozens of patients to transplants using ECMO, with outcomes far exceeding national averages.
Outstanding outcomes. Despite our extremely complex patient population, our survival statistics consistently exceed national averages and are the best in our region. Please refer to the SRTR website for our publicly reported results.
Leading-edge research. UCLA is at the forefront of basic, translational and clinical research focused on improving outcomes for lung transplant recipients.