About Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network
We serve as the critical link between patients awaiting life-saving and life-changing organ and tissue transplants and donors who give the gift of life through organ donation.
Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network (FLDRN) is a not-for-profit, organ donor program that coordinates organ and tissue donations in New York State’s Finger Lakes, Central and Upstate regions. We work closely with the region’s hospitals to ensure that the organ donor decisions of area residents, in consultation with their families, are carried out at the time of death. Explore below to learn more about our services and history. Visit the sitemap for a full index of site content
- We envision universal acceptance of organ and tissue donation as a fundamental societal value.
- With this universal acceptance, all organs and tissues suitable for donation will be transplanted, and the urgent demand for organs and tissues will be met.
- The Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network is dedicated to the recovery of organs and tissues for people in need of life-saving and life-improving transplants.
- We are committed to increasing awareness and fostering understanding of organ and tissue donation among health care professionals and the general public.
- We will provide individuals and their families with the knowledge required to make informed decisions about donation.
- Overview and History
Founded in 1986, Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network is one of four federally-designated organ procurement organizations (OPOs) in New York.
- Leadership and Advisors
Finger Lake Donor Recovery Network's advisory boards play an important role in guiding its services to the community.
- Our Donation Service Area
Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network coordinates organ, eye and tissue donation in upstate New York. We serve communities across 20 counties and 36 hospitals in the Finger Lakes, Central and North Country regions.
- Financial Contributions
Supporting Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network with a financial gift helps fund our educational programs and family support services. A contribution given in memory, or in honor of, an individual is also a fitting tribute to those who pass life on through organ and tissue donation.