Mayo Clinic in Minnesota has a strong practice in both adult and pediatric transplant. Mayo Clinic in Minnesota now offers the first clinical hand transplant program in the country, and is expanding to include face transplantation.
The Gift of Life Transplant House offers a home away from home for transplant recipients and their caregivers. The house provides a supportive atmosphere in a near-sterile environment in which residents can do their own cooking.
Hope Lodge offers temporary lodging for people who have cancer and their families. Hope Lodge includes a community dining room, kitchen, family room, library and laundry facilities, as well as a wide variety of cancer programs and services.
The Ronald McDonald House provides lodging and support for families of children receiving medical care.
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 Minnesota, including transportation and lodging options.
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