Once you have been diagnosed with heart failure and your doctors determine that you may be a candidate for heart transplant, you can ask your physician for a referral to our program. Our team will evaluate your case to determine if transplant is right for you.
To complete the referral process you will need to provide us with:
After we receive all your information, our team will review the information. If you're found to be an appropriate candidate for transplant, you will be scheduled for a clinic appointment.
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