Mid-America Transplant Family House

 

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Located in the Highlands at Forest Park, the Mid-America Transplant Family House offers comfortable, safe and affordable mid to long term single family apartment living for patients and their families who must relocate to St. Louis to receive life-saving pre- and post-transplant care. The Mi-America Transplant Family House is adjacent to the office and is within close proximity to the four transplant centers in St. Louis.


family-house-sign3 About  the Mid-America Transplant Family House

  • 10 fully furnished single family apartments, 4 one-bedroom, 4 two-bedroom and 2 three-bedroom apartments are available
  • Private kitchens and bathrooms
  • Washer and dryer in every unit
  • Queen size beds in master bedrooms
  • Wireless internet access
  • Access to a fitness and wellness center
  • A network for family members and caregivers to receive support from others undergoing the transplant journey as well as Mid-Amerida Transplant staff
  • Cable television in every unit

Eligibility for Services

  • The patient must be receiving pre or post-transplant care from Barnes Jewish Hospital, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, Saint Louis University Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital
  • The family must live at least 25 miles or more from the transplant hospital
  • The request for housing must be received by referral from the transplant hospital
  • The family must agree to the Mid-America Transplant Family House policies and guest guidelines
  • Patients under 21 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
  • Guests must be able to care for themselves or have a caregiver who can provide assistance

Applications and Forms
To be submitted by transplant professional. 

Questions About the Family House?

Questions About the Family House?

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314-357-6261
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