Please join the Georgia Transplant Foundation (GTF) as we bring together transplant physicians and healthcare experts to inform organ transplant candidates, recipients, living donors, and their families of new information in the field and for an opportunity to network with others in the transplant community.
The Macon TNT Conference Session Topics:
Who and What is GTF?
Martie Rudd, Manager, Patient Outreach, GTF
Updates on Renal and Liver Transplantation
Ronald F. Parsons, MD
Assistant Professor of Surgery, Division of Transplantation, Emory School of Medicine
Personal Transplant Story – Faces of Hope
Anne Benford – Lung Recipient
Transplant Patients and Infectious Diseases (How to Handle Them)
Dr. Aneesh Mehta – Assistant Professor of Medicine, Emory University Hospital
Fundraising for Transplant Needs
Sandy McMath, Director, Patient Services, GTF
The Macon TNT conference is free and includes lunch with registration for you and a guest. Registration is required by February 20, 2017. To register, please call or e-mail (678) 514-1178 or TNT@gatransplant.org. When e-mailing for registration, please provide name, address, and how many people will be attending.
The Macon TNT is funded in part by a grant from Healthcare Georgia Foundation. Created in 1999 as an independent, private foundation, the Foundation’s mission is to advance the health of all Georgians and to expand access to affordable, quality healthcare for underserved individuals and communities.