Referrals / for Physicians

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Patients must be referred to Clinical Transplant Services at OHSU by a physician. We do not accept self-referrals. 

Each transplant team requires specific details and medical documentation. When all of the required information is received, it is reviewed by a transplant coordinator to make sure the patient is medically appropriate and meets the criteria to move forward in the process.

If the patient is identified as a possible transplant candidate, their insurance benefits will be verified and our financial coordinator will screen them to make sure they have resources available to support transplantation. Once it is determined the patient has the financial resources they will need, we will ask their insurance carrier to authorize a transplant evaluation. 

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Heart transplant referrals and protcols

Heart Transplantation referrals require a physician-to-physician request. 

You can reach a transplant cardiologist by calling OHSU Physician Consultation and Referral Service at 503-494-4567.

 

Kidney, and simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplant referrals and protocols

If you are a referring provider, please complete all of the information requested on the referral forms and fax to 503 494-4492. We will not be able to process the referral until all requested information and documentation is received.

Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Referral Form (to be completed by referring providers only)

 

Liver transplant referrals and protocols

If you are a referring provider, please complete all of the information requested on the referral forms and fax to 503 494-5292. We will not be able to process the referral until all requested information and documentation is received.

Liver Transplant Referral Form (to be completed by referring providers only)

 

Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT)

Read more about Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) as a treatment for recurrent Clostridium difficile infections (C-diff).