The Mayo Clinic Transplant Center in Arizona provides many transplant options and innovative programs for people who need organ transplants. In May 2010 Mayo Clinic in Arizona was the first transplant center in the United States to send a patient home on the total artificial heart to await a heart transplant, and is a leader in transplantation of other organs.
The Arizona Transplant House offers high-quality, affordable accommodations in a homelike environment for transplant recipients and their family members and companions to foster mutual moral support, fellowship, sharing of experiences and a successful health care experience.
The Village at Mayo Clinic is a community lodging option for transplant and cancer patients and their families. Casitas (Southwestern-style small houses) have six bedrooms and six bathrooms, a dining room, library, kitchen and laundry facility.
Request an appointment with a Mayo Clinic doctor to determine if transplant is right for you.
Mayo Clinic transplant staff can answer your questions about the transplant process and post-transplant life.
Read about patient services at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, including transportation and lodging options.
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