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Multi Organ Transplant Inpatient Unit

About the Multi Organ Transplant Inpatient Unit

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Location

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General Inpatient Unit
​Peter Munk Building – 7th​ Floor - A and B Wings

Multi-Organ Transplant/Nephrology Inpatient Unit
Eaton South – 6th Floor

Acute Care Unit (ACU)
Peter Munk Building – 10th Floor

Transplant Day Unit (TxDU)
Eaton South – 6th Floor​

Contact Information

General Inpatient Unit - 7A Transplant
Phone: 416 340 5163

General Inpatient Unit - 7B Transplant
Phone: 416 340 5330

Multi-Organ Transplant/Nephrology Inpatient Unit
Phone: 416 340 4800 x 4487

Acute Care Unit
Phone: 416 340 4207

Transplant Day Unit
Phone: 416 340 5773

Visiting Hours

UHN hospitals offer flexible visiting hours.

On the Transplant and Acute Care Units, visiting hours are from 11 am – 9 pm every day.

The Acute Care Unit is closed from 3 pm – 5 pm every day, while patients are resting.​

Visitors must sign in at the nursing station and wear a pink visitor sticker that must remain visible at all times. This helps us to identify visitors and reduce unauthorized entry onto the unit.

No more than 2 visitors are allowed, per patient, at one time.

Learn more about visiting patients at UHN.​​

What We Do

The Multi Organ Transplant (MOT) Program offers Canada's largest transplant unit and performs over 500 organ transplants each year.

Our transplant patients include new organ transplant recipients, living organ donors, pre-transplant liver patients, and transplant recipients who have been readmitted for transplant-related health issues. We also admit urgent surgical patients who have been called in for immediate organ transplant surgery.

The Acute Care Unit (ACU) provides care to patients who require more intensive treatments and monitoring. Nurses in this unit look after 2 patients at a time.

The Transplant Day Unit provides care to ambulatory patients who require procedures such as blood transfusions, intravenous medications, paracentesis, and specialized blood work.

You need to be seen and admitted by a doctor at UHN to become a patient in our units.​​​

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 Patient & Family Services

The Transplant Outpatient Pharmacy is located on the 12th floor and available to all transplant patients. A number of specialized services are also available.

You can also find other services throughout UHN. Learn more about patient and family services available throughout UHN​.​​