For Kidney Recipients
For many people with kidney failure, a kidney transplant offers an opportunity to lead a healthier, more normal life. Kidney transplant is the most common of all solid-organ transplants, and the results are generally very good.
Receiving a kidney transplant involves many changes in your usual routine. This is why it is important for anyone considering this treatment to learn as much as they can about the process.
The following pages provide information for transplant recipients about the transplant process from start to finish.
- Getting Started
- Transplant Options
- Planning for Medical Expenses
- Preparing for Your Transplant
- Transplant Surgery
- Discharge and Outpatient Care
Learn more about kidney transplant
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Transplant Program1101 Madison
First Hill Campus, Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: Kidney: 206-386-3660, Liver: 206-215-1437, Toll Free: 1-800-99ORGAN (1-800-996-7426)
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Toll Free: 1-800-99ORGAN (1-800-996-7426)
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