we list you as a kidney transplant candidate, you’ll need to go through our
evaluation process. You will be meeting with multiple transplant team members. This is to help us determine:
of the tests you will have include:
your pre-transplant evaluation is complete, your information is presented to
the multidisciplinary transplant committee. The decision to accept a candidate
is made by consensus of the committee based on the results of testing and
opinions provided by team members.
10 business days after the committee meeting, a letter will be sent to you detailing the decision of the
committee, including any recommendations and required follow-up.
question of whether you have a living kidney donor is one of the most
important in the kidney transplant process. Having a donor will greatly improve
your entire kidney transplant experience. We strongly encourage you to ask your
family or friends to make the life-saving decision to donate. If you are uncomfortable asking someone to
donate a kidney for you, please speak with your transplant coordinator or
social worker. They will help you devise strategies for discussing the topic
with your friends and family.
benefits of having a live kidney donor include:
Information about our living donor program.
Discover how our integrated, multidisciplinary group practice can provide you outstanding care.