Kidney / Pancreas Transplant
Rush's Kidney & Kidney-Pancreas program specializes in providing excellent care for patients seeking pre and post kidney and pancreas transplantation services. For more than 20 years, Rush has been one of the most active transplant centers in the region.
Our highly skilled team is known for handling the most complex patient cases and is committed to caring for high-risk recipients. A team of multi-disciplinary transplant professionals coordinates the efforts of more than 100 other health care professionals at Rush who are involved in the care of each transplant patient.
Not only do we have dedicated clinical staff, but in our commitment to the holistic care of our patients, our transplant team also includes social workers and financial coordinators to help you navigate the social, emotional and financial aspects of undergoing transplantation.
Our transplant team specializes in both deceased-donor kidney and pancreas transplantation as well as living donor kidney transplantation.
Surgical director, kidney transplant program
Practice Emphasis: Kidney/pancreas transplant, living kidney donation, vascular access surgery
Fellowship: Indiana University Medical Center- Indianapolis, abdominal transplant surgery
Board Certification: Surgery
Special Interests: Kidney/pancreas transplant, laparoscopic donor nephrectomy, living donor kidney transplant, liver transplant, vascular access
Special Procedures: liver resection, laparoscopic donor nephrectomy, ultrasound evaluation of vascular access; vascular access surgery
Languages spoken: English
Practice Emphasis: Renal transplant, vascular access surgery, kidney transplant surgery
Fellowship: University of Minnesota Hospital - Minneapolis, transplant surgery
Special Interests: Immunology
Special Procedures: Vascular access surgery
Languages spoken: English, Spanish
Surgical Director- Kidney-Pancreas and Pancreas Transplant Program
Practice Emphasis: Abdominal Transplant
University of Chicago Medical Center - Transplant Surgery
Board Certification: Surgery
Special Interests: Dialysis access surgery, Donor nephrectomy, Kidney transplantation,Minimally invasive procedures, Pancreas transplantation, Pancreas-kidney transplantation, Vascular access surgery, Urologic problems-transplant related
Lanuages Spoken: English, Yoruba
Our program at Rush offers the following services:
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Kidney/Pancreas Transplant Program Clinical Staff Members
Our office is open Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm.
Are you new to our practice? The transplant process
can begin with a phone call to our program. Contact us at 312-942-4252
for more information about our program, or to find out if you are
eligible for a kidney transplant.
All new patients must complete the New Patient Information Form. To expedite the process you can download and fill out the form below and fax it to our office!
New Patient Information Form
Have you been to our practice before? Contact us at
312-942-4252 and our office staff can help you schedule your follow-up
appointments, reschedule or cancel your appointment.
enclosed parking garage, on the southeast corner of Paulina and Harrison
streets, has a covered walkway that connects to the medical center.
To view the garage on Google Maps, go to Rush Patient and Visitor Parking.
We offer reduced rates to our patients by validating your parking
ticket before you leave. There is no time limit on validation. Please
ask the front desk for a validation sticker.
For all practice-related billing questions, please call (312) 563-4577 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all hospital-related billing questions, please call (312) 942-5693 or visit Rush's online bill pay site.
We accept many managed care and private health insurance plans, as well as government-sponsored programs.
For a list of current plans accepted, please visit the Rush Health website.
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