Lung Transplant Program
Mayo Clinic is excited to expand its Transplant Center by launching a Lung Transplant Program in Arizona. It will complement the well-established kidney, pancreas, liver, and heart transplant programs. With state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge technology, and a wealth of experience, Mayo Clinic is well-positioned to uphold its tradition of excellence in solid organ transplantation.
- Phoenix, Arizona Surgical Technologist - Cardiac Surgical Services
- Phoenix, Arizona Inpatient Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant - Lung Transplant Advanced Practice Providers
- Phoenix, Arizona Critical Care Medicine Physician Physician
- Phoenix, Arizona Lung Transplant Pulmonologist Physician
- Phoenix, Arizona Infectious Diseases Physician Physician
- Phoenix, Arizona Advanced Respiratory Therapist - AZ (Nights) Patient Care - Other
- Phoenix, Arizona Registered Nurse (RN) - Transplant Coordinator - Lung Nursing
- Phoenix, Arizona Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner - Cardiothoracic Surgery / Lung Transplant Advanced Practice Providers
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Mayo Clinic in Arizona performs over 800 solid organ transplants annually. The Transplant Center is known for its innovative approach to patient care, pioneering transplant research, and post-graduate education opportunities. A team of specialists in medical and surgical disciplines, including laboratory medicine and pathology, nursing, psychology, social work, respiratory/physical/occupational therapy, pharmacy, and nutrition, supports the transplant programs.
The Life Changers
I have chosen the path of lung transplantation because it represents an extraordinary and continually evolving field that incorporates knowledge, research, skills, and a collaborative team approach. I believe in a second chance at life and that lung transplantation can offer this chance, when other treatment approaches have been exhausted.Ashraf Omar, M.B., B.Ch., M.S.
Medical Director, Lung Transplant
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