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Welcome to the Lung Transplant Program
at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Our team strives to provide comprehensive,
multidisciplinary care for pediatric patients whose complex and challenging
end-stage lung disease has not responded to other medical and surgical
therapies. We believe that the best results happen for
children when families, patients and the health care team work together. We
welcome and encourage you to be involved in all parts of your child’s care.
Evaluation, world-class treatment and cutting-edge research for children who have cystic fibrosis, pulmonary hypertension and rare lung diseases.
Below is a list of the people you are likely to meet during the evaluation and their role in the transplant process.
The transplant pulmonologist and transplant nurse practitioner will:
The transplant surgeon will:
The transplant care manager will:
The social worker will:
The dietician will:
The intake coordinator / administrative assistant will:
A respiratory therapist will:
The mission of the Lung Transplant Program is to ensure the best possible
outcomes as defined by patient experience and value for children who undergo
lung or multi-organ transplant by application of new discoveries and continuous
improvement to provide compassionate and effective care.
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