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In working with 120 hospitals, Mid-America Transplant Services is proud to recognize the efforts of our hospital partners. In recent years, many of our partners have started donor councils, groups designed to educate staff and the public, and ensure every family is given the opportunity to donate their loved one’s organs and tissue. While the constant in each example below is the passionate people behind the donor council, these examples show how different models, goals and approaches can be successful. We’re excited to share their best practices.
Deven is a six-year-old liver recipient. He’s four years removed from his transplant at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital. Doctors said he would never walk, talk, smile, or show emotion. They said Deven would never advance developmentally beyond that of a newborn.
Residents seeking services at the Maplewood licensing office will benefit from longer hours and a larger staff as Mid-America Transplant Services (MTS) begins operation of the facility on Thursday, July 5, 2012.MTS will extend hours by a half-hour each weekday and remain open every Saturday.
Mid-America Transplant Services was awarded the Maplewood License Office by the Missouri Department of Revenue in May. MTS is scheduled to begin managing the office, at 3238 Laclede Station Road in the Deer Creek Plaza, on July 1.
Donate Life America, the national organization dedicated to increasing the number of registered organ, eye and tissue donors who save and heal lives, reported that the historic surge in online donor designations nationwide propelled by an initiative with Facebook continued into a second day with little reduction in enrollment activity.
Donate Life America, the national organization dedicated to increasing the number of registered organ, eye and tissue donors that save and heal lives, reported an historic surge in online donor designations nationwide following Tuesday’s announcement of a major initiative with Facebook.
Donate Life America, the national organization dedicated to increasing the number of registered organ, eye and tissue donors that save and heal lives, announced Tuesday a major initiative with Facebook.
The St. Louis City Board of Alderman announced a resolution on Friday, April 27 declaring April as National Donate Life Month in St. Louis.
Right now, there are 113,787 Americans, including 1,356 Missourians, waiting for life-saving organ transplants. Thousands more are preparing for life-enhancing cornea and tissue transplants. During National Donate Life Month this April, Donate Life Missouri (DLM) will raise awareness about the growing need for donors with a special “Donor Day at the Capitol” on Tuesday, April 17, 2012.