Trends in Transplant Conferences
One-day seminars hosted in designated outreach areas across Georgia covering medical issues of wellness and transplantation, as well as GTF programs and services. Learn More
Realizing that transplantation poses financial hardships on the entire family, GTF annually awards academic scholarships to selected students who are transplant recipients, dependents of a transplant recipient, living donors, or the sibling of a transplant recipient under the age of 22. The scholarships are awarded to students who are presently enroled in a post-high-school accredited institution or beginning such a program.Learn More
A marriage enrichment weekend retreat, A Step Together, is designed for couples who value their relationship and want it to be strong and enduring while they adjust to the changes related to transplantation. The retreat is open to organ transplant recipients and their spouses/significant others, or the parents of a transplant recipient. The recipient must be more than six months post-transplant. Learn More
411 Transplant Information
Georgia Transplant 411 is a comprehensive information source for all transplant recipients and candidates. GTF provides information and support through printed materials, staff support, and patient educational activities. Learn More
Children who have received an organ transplant miss many school days due to illness, transplantation, follow-up procedures and clinic visits. GTF offers assistance with educational needs through a tutoring program available to transplanted children under the age of 18 and still enrolled in elementary, middle or high schools. Applications are made through the transplant center social work staff and must indicate use of other school resources as well.