Welcome to the Mayo Clinic Transplant page! Mayo Clinic is the largest integrated transplant provider in the United States, performing over 2,000 solid organ and bone marrow transplants each year at our campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota.
In these pages, there are materials for transplant recipients as well as living donors. No matter where you are in your transplant journey, our goal is to connect you to others and provide you with information and support.
Readers: meet Patricia (Patti) Weaver, R.N., transplant procurement coordinator at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Jacksonville. Patti has a very interesting role with our transplant program, and we were so glad when she accepted our invitation to be interviewed for our blog. We hope you enjoy getting to know her a [...]
Whether you or your loved one is pre-transplant or post, you know the importance of basic self-care. Here’s a round-up of three posts reminding you to take care of yourself and adopt healthy habits.
Hand Washing 101
Getting Ready for Flu Season: Should I Get Vaccinated? [...]
If you follow our transplant discussion group, you’ve probably encountered member @contentandwell, or JK, in various threads. JK’s been part of our community since February 2017 and we’re so glad to learn from her experience receiving a liver transplant in 2016. It was an honor to have an e-interview with [...]
Caregiver can mean many things. For transplant patients, the caregiver can mean the difference between a successful transplant and a failed organ. Transplant is a complex process and when patients are sick, it’s difficult for them to navigate all their appointments, medications and self-care. The caregiver is there to assist [...]
We love keeping up with the transplant discussion group to see what topics are top of mind for recipients. When possible, we use our transplant blog to provide information and fill gaps based on feedback from the group – which led to the development of this post. In this case, [...]