When doctors told Richard Thomas he needed a new kidney, his wife Hallie immediately offered to be his living donor. When she wasn't a match, AdventHealth offered the option of a paired living donation that could not only help Richard, but another patient in need, too. Learn how the Thomas family continues to give back after receiving the gift of life from a stranger.
To continue caring for you safely, we are offering telemedicine (virtual visits) using a computer, tablet or smartphone.
This HIPAA-compliant program allows existing patients to complete appointments with our transplant specialists from the comfort and safety of their own homes.
Plan to have 30 minutes available to complete the online appointment, with some flexibility before and after for getting familiar with the technology or any minor wait times. We encourage you to have a caregiver join you, if possible.
Please call 407-542-2710 to learn more about this program.
Putting you first put us first. Our organ transplant center is in the top one percent nationally for patient satisfaction, with median transplant wait times that are shorter than national averages.
With one of the first living donor programs in the nation, you get the latest in advanced treatments and procedures.
AdventHealth Orlando is recognized as the #1 hospital in Greater Orlando by U.S. News & World Report.
For patients who are traveling for treatment, our all-new Bartch Transplant House provides housing and all the amenities patients and their caregivers need during their transplant journey.
You're never alone on this journey. No matter the stage, no matter the need, you and your caregiver always have a dedicated and connected transplant team around you, providing knowledge, support and compassion along the way.
"I feel like I've changed a life. Who gets to do that in their lifetime? It's really remarkable."
-Patrick Chapin, Living Kidney Donor
Our Living Donor Program has touched the lives of so many. See how you can help be a part of this life-giving gift.
The PA Cardiothoracic Transplant Surgical Residency Program expands, and builds upon the basic training foundation provided during PA school to help prepare the resident for a career in cardiothoracic surgery.
Learn more about this valuable opportunity, including its requirements, curriculum and schedule.