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Hackensack University Medical Center(kidney, pancreas and kidney/pancreas transplants)(201) 996-2000Newark Beth Israel Medical Center(kidney, pancreas, lung and heart transplants)(973) 926-7000Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, Camden(kidney, liver, pancreas and kidney/pancreas transplants)(609) 757-3500Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center,New Brunswick(kidney, pancreas, kidney/pancreas and heart transplants)(732) 828-3000Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston(kidney, pancreas and kidney/pancreas transplants)(973) 322-5000University Hospital, Newark(liver transplants)(973) 972-4300
New Jersey Hospital AssociationThe New Jersey Hospital Association (NJHA) is a not-for-profit trade organization committed to helping New Jersey hospitals and health systems provide quality, accessible and affordable care to their communities. It offers an array of services and resources, including advocacy, data, education and many others, to support hospitals in their caring mission.Eversight of New JerseyIn March 2015, the organization changed its name to Eversight to inspire even more people to support its work and re-energize its mission to preserve and restore sight.
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United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)A private, non-profit organization based in Richmond, Va., that runs the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network, the nation's organ transplant waiting list and organ allocation system; all organ transplant programs and organ procurement organizations in the US must be members of UNOS.Donate Life AmericaDonate Life America is a national organization dedicated to increasing donation through public awareness.The US Department of Health and Human ResourcesThe US Department of Health and Human Resources, Health Resources Services Administration’s organ donation and organ procurement organizations sites.The Musculoskeletal Transplant FoundationThe Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation, a non-profit organization, helps meet the need of donor families and tissue recipients through allografts.International Institute for the Advancement of MedicineIIAM works with organ procurement organizations, tissue banks, hospitals, hospice programs, funeral directors, medical examiners, and individual donors throughout the United States in offering donation of organs and tissue for research and education.Community Tissue ServicesA quality, ethical provider of services to donor families, medical communities, recipients, and community partners through recovery, processing, and distribution of tissue grafts.Kidney & Urology - Foundation of America "A leader in its field for over 50 years, the Kidney & Urology Foundation of America is dedicated to helping the more than 70 million Americans who suffer from kidney, urologic, and related diseases, and to fostering ground-breaking research into new and better treatments."
Bone Marrow RegistryFor people with life-threatening blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma or other diseases, a cure exists. Be The Match® connects patients with their donor match for a life-saving marrow or umbilical cord blood transplant.
South Asian Marrow Association of Recruiters SAMAR the South Asian Marrow Association of Recruiters is an official recruitment group of the National Marrow Donor Program. It focuses on South Asian populations in order to help increase patients' chances of finding a marrow donor.The Transplant ExperienceThe Transplant Experience program was created to meet patient's specific needs throughout the transplant process. It contains information, tools and tips about the transplant experience as well as real advice from experts in transplantation and other transplant recipients.
Donate Life Rose Parade FloatEach year, the Donate Life Rose Parade Float comes to life with inspiring stories and breathtaking images. This website introduces you to the people, organizations and events that make the Donate Life float such a meaningful tradition.Halachic Organ Donor SocietyThe mission of the Halachic Organ Donor Society is to save lives by increasing organ donations from Jews to the general population (Jews and non-Jews alike.)
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