The Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Transplant Center and St. Louis Children's Hospital recognize the recipients, donors, physicians, and staff who are living proof of the positive benefits of innovation and transplantation. Come celebrate Transplant Awareness Day at Busch Stadium on Sunday, July 1st as the Cardinals take on the Atlanta Braves. Tickets are only $18, and include an exclusive Transplant Awareness Day hat! Plus, the first 30,000 fans 16 and older will receive an Adult Cardinals Bucket Hat, presented by Coca-Cola, and all kids ages 15 and younger entering with a ticket will receive a Kids Cardinals Bucket Hat, presented by Powerade!
The Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Transplant Center is the 4th largest adult transplant center in the nation. Patients who undergo transplantation using our skilled specialists achieve outcomes that meet or exceed the national average. We are successful because we offer a comprehensive plan of care for each patient and use the latest technology and research. For more information about our transplant program, please visit barnesjewish.org/transplant.
St. Louis Children's Hospital has been at the forefront of pediatric organ transplantation in the United States, thanks in part to its close association with Washington University School of Medicine and the neighboring adult transplant center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Our pediatric transplantation success is due to the skilled teams of health care professionals who specialize in caring for children. Every pediatric transplant candidate and his or her family receive individualized attention to help prepare physically, emotionally and financially for the major issues involved in organ transplantation. For more information, visit StLouisChildrens.org.