Mayo Clinic in Arizona is improving transplant care for the Hispanic population

Mayo Clinic in Arizona developed the Hispanic Transplant Program to help educate patients about organ donation and the safety of living kidney donation. This program is centered on achieving improved quality of life and length of life for the Hispanic population. 

Listen as Amit K. Mathur, M.D., a transplant surgeon, Diego Medina Albino, R.N., and Julieta G. Delgado, associate clinic research coordinator, all at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Arizona, explain the need and benefits of developing the Hispanic Transplant Program at Mayo Clinic. 

Learn how Mayo Clinic’s Hispanic Transplant Program will help close the gap in transplant care and provide access for patients in the Hispanic population. 

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Amit Mathur, MD.

Amit Mathur, MD

Amit K. Mathur, M.D., is a Transplant and Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary surgeon at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Areas of clinical expertise include: Adult and pediatric liver transplantation Kidney and pancreas transplantation Living-donor ...

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