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Referrals

You may be referred to the Comprehensive Transplant Center by your treating physician.

There are two ways to be referred to the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center - physician driven referral or self referral. Your physician specialist may refer you directly to the transplant program. We ask that your specialist forward your medical records including demographics and insurance information. Once this information is reviewed a member of the transplant team will contact you regarding appointment scheduling.

The second way to come to the Comprehensive Transplant Center is to self-refer. Self-refer means that you call the transplant program directly and ask us to send you the referral information packet. This packet contains the candidate form and informed consent document. It is important to return the candidate form, along with photocopies of your insurance cards, to the transplant center within two weeks. The informed consent document is provided for your information and will be discussed in great length at your evaluation appointment.

Heart Transplant

Kidney / Pancreas Transplant

Liver Transplant

Lung Transplant

Do you have questions about referrals at Johns Hopkins? Contact us for more information.

 

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