What is Living Donation

The donor registry does not pertain to living donation, but it is another incredible way you can help save the life of someone waiting for an organ transplant. Through living donation, a living person can donate a kidney or part of the liver, lung, intestine or pancreas to another person in need of a transplant.

There are many factors to look at when considering living donation. Things such as blood type and overall health are factors when considering becoming a living donor. Each potential living donor must go through a full medical evaluation that includes lab tests, a physical examination, and a psychosocial examination. The decision about whether to accept the living donor is then made by the health care team at the transplant center.

Living donation is facilitated directly through transplant centers. For more information please contact one of the transplant centers in our area.

Transplant Centers

Centura Porter Adventist Hospital
2525 S. Downing St., Suite 380
Denver, CO 80210
Ph: 303-778-1955

Children’s Hospital Colorado
13123 East 16th Avenue
Aurora, CO 80045
Ph: 720-777-1234

Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center
1719 E. 19th Avenue
Denver, CO 80218
Ph: 303-839-6000

University of Colorado Hospital
P.O. Box 6510
Aurora, CO 80045
Ph: 720-848-4011

Become a Donor

By joining the Donate Life Wyoming Donor Registry, you can be someone’s hero. One heroic choice can save and heal lives.

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