Loyola University Medical Center Named Donor Care Network Center of Excellence for Living Donor Transplant

The Donor Care Network has designated Loyola University Medical Center as a Center of Excellence. The Donor Care Network helps ensure living kidney donors are treated with the utmost courtesy and respect by implementing best practices and recognizing facilities that adhere to their guiding principles. The designation will help Loyola improve patient access to living kidney donor transplants through the National Kidney Registry.

Loyola University Medical Center

Hackensack University Medical Center Is First in the State and among First Two Centers in the World to Use New Technology to Enhance Assessment of Living Donor Kidneys Before Transplant

Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) has become the first center in New Jersey and the second in the world to use an innovative imaging technology before surgery to assess living donor kidneys more precisely and comprehensively than conventional imaging techniques, as well as during surgery to help guide the removal of donor kidneys.

Hackensack Meridian Health Medical Center

UT Health Austin, Ascension Seton Perform First Collaborative Kidney Transplant at Dell Seton

Last week in a historic milestone for The University of Texas at Austin and its clinical partner Ascension Seton, 22-year-old Dom Rainelli received a new lease on life. Rainelli and his cousin, Kayla Wright, underwent successive kidney surgeries as part of the first kidney transplant procedure performed at the Adult Abdominal Transplant Center, a collaboration…

Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas

Kidney Transplant Center Offers New Hope for Central Texans

More than 72,000 Texans are living with end-stage renal disease or kidney failure. For many, getting a transplant is their best chance at a better life. UT Health Austin and Ascension Seton have launched a new kidney transplant program designed to ensure Central Texans have the benefit of superior care close to home.

Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas

Keck Medicine of USC treatment plan significantly reduces hospitalizations and deaths of liver and kidney transplant recipients with COVID-19

During the peak of the COVID-19 surge in Los Angeles, Keck Medicine of USC physicians implemented a new protocol to monitor and manage the care of liver and kidney transplant recipients who developed COVID-19, including monoclonal antibody therapy for eligible patients. Now, a new study shows that as a result of these efforts, the number…

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