The New York Center for Kidney Transplantation is a non-profit organization in New York State, bringing together kidney transplant professionals and advocates dedicated to collaboration, data sharing and peer-to-peer assist to enhance the quality of kidney transplant services.

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NYKidney
Consortium
Members

Albany Medical Center | Erie County Medical Center Corporation | Montefiore Medical Center | Mount Sinai Medical Center | New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center | New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center | North Shore University Hospital | NYU Langone Health | SUNY Downstate Medical Center | University of Rochester Medical Center/Strong Memorial Hospital | Upstate University Hospital | Westchester Medical Center

Affiliated
Members

James J. Peters VA Medical Center | Center for Donation and Transplant | Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network | LiveOnNY | Upstate New York Transplant Services | Donate Life NYS (formerly NY Alliance for Donation) | National Kidney Foundation | Kidney Connection, Inc | Kidney Foundation of Western New York | Long Island TRIO | Renewal of Life | Transplant Support Organization | Waitlist Zero

Consortium members are passionate, innovative and focused on saving lives of New York State patients that are in need of kidney transplants. Together, we provide a stronger voice for the kidney transplant programs and the kidney transplant patients of New York State.

NYKidney’s focus is education, efficiency and advocacy. Through collaboration within the transplant centers, organ procurement agencies and patient advocacy groups and the public, we aim to perform public and professional outreach, provide comprehensive accurate and current information on kidney transplantation and living donation, and advocate on the state and national level to improve care and remove disincentives to patients with End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) and their donors.