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With her first 100 days completed, President and CEO Diane Brockmeier is well on her way to making an indelible imprint on Mid-America Transplant and the donation and transplantation industry.
The sister of a heart recipient delivered the home opener game ball to home plate at Busch Stadium on Monday.
Mid-America Transplant was honored to formally receive the 2015 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award on Sunday evening at a ceremony in Baltimore.
Mid-America Transplant’s immediate past President and Chief Executive Officer Dean F. Kappel was a guest on this week’s The Gifted Life podcast hosted by the Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency.
Diane Brockmeier, who has more than 29 years of experience at the organization, succeeds Dean F. Kappel, who has served in this role for nearly 30 years. Her new role will begin on February 1.
Kappel’s career at Mid-America Transplant is known for innovations and industry firsts, propelling the organization to national recognition.
Mid-America Transplant Services was named a 2015 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient.
Sen. William Haine (D-Alton) was honored today with a Gift of Life Award by Mid-America Transplant Services for his legislation to improve the organ and tissue transplant process in Metro East.
Pope Francis’s visit to the United States has generated tremendous excitement and the momentum continues to build in anticipation of the arrival of His Holiness. From every corner of the country, Catholics and people of all faiths rejoice and are inspired by Pope Francis’s visit and his support for organ, eye and tissue donation.