Today the National Kidney Registry announced that the Donor Care Network has reached a significant milestone with the addition of its 30th Donor Care Network (DCN) Center of Excellence. DCN Centers of Excellence are an elite group of transplant centers that meet a stringent set of best practices to ensure they offer the highest level…
The National Kidney Registry (NKR) announced today the expansion of its Donor Shield program, increasing the maximum allowable travel and lodging reimbursement from $2,000 to $3,000 per donor.
The National Kidney Registry (NKR) announced the expansion of Donor Shield by increasing the maximum allowable lost wage reimbursement of four weeks to a maximum of six weeks.
(Greenwich, CT – November 21, 2019) – Today the National Kidney Registry (NKR) announced the elimination of all income restrictions on their Donor Shield lost wage reimbursement program.
Today the National Kidney Registry announced that all donors involved in NKR swaps will be provided Donor Shield protections including lost wage reimbursement.
Today the National Kidney Registry (NKR) and University of California, San Francisco Medical Center (UCSF) announced that all living kidney donors who donate at UCSF will be provided Donor Shield protections through the NKR.
The National Kidney Registry (NKR) has successfully launched the Family Voucher Program which allows donors to donate a kidney now and receive vouchers for immediate family members in case a family member ever needs a kidney transplant in the future.