UW Health Opens Transplant Clinic

The transplant clinic is located within steps of parking and valet services.

By HFT Staff


UW Health welcomed its first patients to the new Pleasant T. Rowland Transplant Clinic at University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin, earlier this month. The new 10,000-square-foot clinic, located just inside the University Hospital clinics entrance, serves adult patients who are being evaluated for or those who have received an organ transplant, as well as those who give the gift of life through living organ donation. 

The expanded clinic space provides the full spectrum of adult patient services in one location, eliminating the need for patients and their loved ones to travel to other areas within the hospital. The consolidation of all associated transplant services in one clinic – from lab work to radiology to nutrition counseling and health psychology – ensures the time that patients spend at the clinic flows smoothly and meets their pre- and post-transplant needs. Other features new to the clinic include a medication management system, computers for patient education in every exam room and digital boards that help coordinate patient and provider workflows. 

The clinic also features an interactive living donor wall, a glass and electronic art exhibit that honors and celebrates the names and stories of people who have donated a kidney or part of their liver so that others can have a second chance at life. 



September 19, 2022


Topic Area: Construction , Industry News


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