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Mid-America Transplant
Diane Brockmeier, president and CEO of Mid-America Transplant, recently announced her plans to retire in early 2023. Known for her passion, talented leadership, and unwavering commitment to the mission of lifesaving organ donation, Diane has grown Mid-America Transplant to become one of the most respected organ procurement organizations (OPOs) in the nation.
1984 - Working by phone, fax and manual logs, UNOS organ placement specialists work to save lives.
Thanks to innovation and continuous improvement, the U.S. organ donation system is now among the best in the world.
Two women hold a photo of an organ donor.
When confronted with her son’s passing, this mother said ‘yes’ to organ donation so his spirit could live on. Learn more about what organ donation is like from the perspective of both the donor family and recipient.
Mid-America Transplant's new Family House
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Family House extends a warm “welcome home” to patients and families awaiting or recovering from a transplant. On May 18, our new and improved facility was officially dedicated.
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Our nation’s oldest organ donor, a World War II veteran, proves you can give the gift of life at any age
Be a fan for life
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Calling on Cardinal Nation to Save Lives Through Organ and Tissue Donation Registration via
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If you decide to reach out, Mid-America Transplant can help facilitate the process. Here are some helpful tips on the outreach process for both the recipient and the donor family.
National Pediatric Transplant Week: April 24-30, 2022
National Pediatric Transplant Week (April 24-30) aims to eliminate the pediatric transplant waiting list.
SEMO Players exchange high fives in their blue and green Donate Life Month jerseys
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Mid-America Transplant has partnered with Southeast Missouri State University (SEMO) to host the Donate Life Game, raising awareness for the importance of organ and tissue donation at the SEMO Redhawks baseball game this Friday, April 22.
Kelley Pendleton holds up a picture of her late husband Kevin, who became an organ donor
When confronted with their loved one’s passing, this family said yes to organ donation and saved four lives.