Transplant Services

UTMB Transplant Support Group Meetings

UTMB Transplant Center is no longer holding transplant support group meetings. Below you will find websites listing resources and support groups for pre/ post-transplant patients and LVAD recipients.

Texas Transplant Center Support Group - Jan 2023

The Texas Transplant Center Support Group hosts a quarterly meeting

Flyer for Transplant Support GroupTransplant support groups are open to all pre- and post-transplant patients and their families/caregivers. The meetings are structured around participant needs and interests. A transplant social worker facilitates each group meeting. Sessions include topics such as what to expect from transplant, relaxation exercises, and improving coping skills. GET DETAILS.

Starting in January 2023, the transplant support group meetings are being held IN-PERSON - as well as continuing to be available to attend through ZOOM for those who cannot travel.

The IN-PERSON location:

UTMB Health Primary & Specialty Care, Town Center
2660 Gulf Fwy S, League City, TX 77573 - (Entrance A)
Room 1.154d

2023 dates (4:30 to 6:00 pm):

January 3rd
April 4th
July 4th
October 3rd

Guest speakers will be invited to attend each meeting. There will be time for sharing and connecting as well.

For more information, please contact Caroline Tremblay at catrembl@UTMB.EDU or call (409) 772-5753.

Zoom Meeting Registration

Event Information

Texas Transplant Center Support Group - Jan 2023
, 2023 - -
UTMB Health Primary & Specialty Care, Town Center - 2660 Gulf Fwy S, League City, TX US
Entrance A
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Event Contacts

Caroline Tremblay
(409) 772-5753

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