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Information for Healthcare Professionals

We work closely with the healthcare professionals at 38 acute care hospitals to present organ or tissue donation options to families and ensure that donation is considered as a routine part of the end of life process.

  • News and Events for Healthcare ProfessionalsNews and Events for Healthcare Professionals

    News items and events intended for healthcare professionals whose focus is organ, eye and tissue donation, and transplantation.

  • "Partners" - Our E-Newsletter for Healthcare Professionals"Partners" - Our E-Newsletter for Healthcare Professionals

    Welcome to PARTNERS, Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network’s e-newsletter for healthcare professionals. If you're not receiving this informative newsletter via email, be sure to sign below.

  • Overview of the Donation ProcessHeart by Hand - Shirley

    State law and federal medicare rules require hospitals to contact Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network (FLDRN) at or near the time of death of a patient to determine if the patient has potential to donate organs or tissues. We, at FLDRN, work closely with the hospital medical and nursing staff to ensure that families are fully informed of their options or understand the organ and tissue donation decisions made by their loved ones.

  • Working With Families of Potential Donorsdiscussion; organ, eye and tissue donation, organ donation, hospital, finger lakes donor recovery network, fldrn, organ donor registry, new yotk, donate life registry, collaboration

    Clear communication with the family or next-of-kin is essential to helping them understand brain death and their options for organ donation. We work collaboratively with the medical and nursing teams to facilitate and coordinate this communication.

  • VIDEO: Considering the Gift of LifeVideo Considering the Gift of Life

    This video addresses the prevailing misconception related to organ donation that medical care may be compromised if doctors and nurses know the patient has enrolled to be an organ donor.

  • INTERVIEW With Kate Mitchell, a Clinical Educator, Who Says: "My Sister’s Transplant Was a Miracle!"Photo of Kate Mitchell

    A critical care expert and sister of a liver transplant recipient explains why healthcare professionals should embrace organ donation.

 
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