For Health Care Professionals
The Transplantation Section remains committed to the education of students, residents, fellows, patients, and the community.
Currently, fourth-year surgical residents spend three dedicated months on the transplant service participating in all aspects of the service. We also train nephrology fellows, urology residents, medical students, and have recently developed a new transplant medicine rotation for the internal medicine residents. Michael Chobanian, MD, Medical Director of Transplantation, won an award for outstanding teaching.
For our patients, the Section continues to conduct outreach sessions and has sessions planned in Manchester, Portsmouth, and Nashua, NH. These sessions bring together health care professionals, local nephrologists, and transplant patients in community sessions designed to promote an understanding of transplant. Section faculty are again participating in the The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth community.
- About the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Transplant Center
- About Kidney Disease
- About Kidney Transplants
- Becoming a Living Kidney Donor
- Glossary of Transplant Terms
- Orientation and Evaluation Sessions
- Research and Clinical Trials
- For Health Care Professionals
- Our Team
- Transplant Team Roles
- Appointments and Referrals