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Shera, a hospital services specialist at Mid-America Transplant. She is wearing a teal shirt and two necklaces.
A career pivot leads to job saving lives through organ donation at Mid-America Transplant
National DMV Appreciation Month graphic. A blue SUV travels down a blue road toward a blue city. Text reads "Thank you for saving lives every day."
During DMV Appreciation Month we celebrate those who go the extra mile for organ and tissue donation.
A large group of runners take of at the starting line at the Celebrate Life 5k
Mid-America Transplant’s Celebrate Life 5K Run/Walk is just around the corner, here's why you should join in on the fun!
A colorful illustration of a megaphone against a pink background. Text reads: One Voice, One Vision, To save and heal lives
August is National Multiethnic Donor Awareness Month, and we're answering common questions about organ and tissue donation within multiethnic communities.
Keith, an employee at Mid-America Transplant, stands in the building's lobby. He is wearing a Fans for Life t-shirt and behind him is a photo collage of organ recipients.
For a person with a strong calling to help others, Keith’s job with Mid-America Transplant is the perfect match.
Looking up at the new Family House. The sky behind the building's façade is clear with wispy clouds.
More than 100 families waiting for an organ transplant stayed in Mid-America Transplant’s Family House during its first year.
A flag with the Donate Life logo on it waves in the wind
The benefits of tissue donation can be game-changing for countless lives every year in the United States.
Owen Lathrop, wearing a Cardinals jersey, holds up a baseball at Busch Stadium. He is standing between Fredbird and player Jordan Walker.
Press Release
“As Cameron’s brother threw out the ceremonial first pitch that night, tens of thousands of people heard Cameron’s story.”
A pile of green "Donate Life" wristbands
Debunking the misconception that doctors would let you die if you’re a registered organ, eye, and tissue donor
Vikram, a business intelligence employee, works with Louie from the Performance Excellence team to improve processes. Vikram is holding two pink post-it notes.
Vikram did not have a clinical background or a connection to organ and tissue donation prior to working at Mid-America Transplant. His background in data science and analytics, however, helped position him to develop tools that would save more lives.