Receiving a Transplant Organ from Nebraska Medicine

At Nebraska Medicine, we understand that becoming a transplant patient can be confusing and unsettling. We are here to help guide you as you begin, and walk through, the process.

Becoming a Patient

Patients may be referred in several ways:

  • Self Referral/Friend or Family
  • Medical Professionals
  • Insurance Carriers and Case Managers
  • Social Workers
  • Dialysis Unit

For an online referral, click here.

Contact Us

Kidney, Pancreas, Liver and Intestine:

402.559.5000 or 800.401.4444

983285 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-3285



402.559.2203 or 800.974.3278

982265 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-8865


The Next Steps:

  1. After the referral, a Pre-Transplant Coordinator will contact the patient to gather information and answer any questions.

  2. An evaluation packet will be sent to the patient's home. The packet contains information about the transplant process and procedure, living-donor information, information about our Transplant Center and questionnaires to be completed and returned.

  3. Medical releases are included in the packet so the Transplant Center can obtain necessary records from physicians and/or hospital.

  4. Once we have the questionnaires and medical records, the Transplant Team will review the information and contact the patient to schedule a time to come to Nebraska Medicine and complete the transplant evaluation.