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Before you leave the hospital we will arrange your follow-up clinic appointments. A detailed plan will be given to you, based on your progress and your doctor's recommendations.
When 2-3 times a week, to start.
WhereKidney Transplant Clinic Toronto General Hospital Peter Munk Building - 12th floorTGH Maps & Directions
What to Expect You will need to have regular blood tests. The results will be viewed by the transplant team who will follow-up as necessary.
What to bring
When You will also be seen every week in the
Kidney Transplant Clinic. Over time, your clinic visits and blood tests will become less frequent. Follow-up appointments usually take 1 -2 hours.
When you arrive at the
Kidney Transplant Clinic your blood work will be done, you will be weighed, and taken to a clinic room then you will be seen by your transplant doctor and coordinator.
To change an appointment, call your transplant coordinator by using the Easy Call system.