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Guiding patients along their transplant journey
Creating universal blood-type organs for transplant
Welcome to the Ajmera Transplant Centre. As Canada's largest transplant program, we perform over 600 transplants every year, as well as provide world-class follow-up care to over 7,000 transplant recipients across Canada.
Our exceptional team of doctors, surgeons, nurses, and allied health professionals is the driving force behind our international recognition for excellence in clinical outcomes, innovative research, and highly competitive educational opportunities. Learn more about
who we are and what we do.
The Transplant Medication Information Teaching Tool (TMITT)
This program will review what you need to know about medications after transplant. This includes why you need to take medications after a transplant, how to make sure you take the right dose of your medications, and how to manage your medications safely and effectively at home.
As COVID-19 cases in the community increase, we are recommending that all transplant patients get:
The vaccines can be given through your primary care provider or, in some cases, at your local pharmacy. Please continue with strict precautions, including masking and avoiding large gatherings when possible. If you do become ill with either COVID-19 or the flu, please contact your transplant care team for potential treatment options.
Please note: Patients need to wait at least 6 months from their last COVID-19 vaccine or last COVID-19 infection before receiving another dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
For patients 60 years and older, you may also consider the RSV vaccine, the Trillium Drug Program does not cover it and the out-of-pocket fee is $250. If you would like to receive the RSV vaccine, please request a prescription from your primary care provider.
Connecting Ontarians to The Tools They Need to Stay Healthy This Respiratory Illness Season
As of April 1st 2023, the Ajmera Transplant Centre will no longer be using the Easy Call system for transplant patients. You will be transitioning to a messaging system within myUHN Patient Portal to better communicate with your care team in a fast and easy way!
Through myUHN, you will be able to send and receive messages directly from your transplant care team within 1 business day.
NOTE: If you are a Lung Transplant patient who is already using myUHN to message your care team, there will be no change to what you are currently using.
Your transplant care team is here to support you if you have any questions. For questions about signing in, registration or using myUHN, patients can call myUHN Support at 416 340 3777 or email
myUHN@uhn.ca. Calls and emails are answered Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Pancreas & Islet Transplant
Centre for Living Organ Donation
Clinical Education & Outreach
Living Transplant Podcast
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If you would like to refer a patient to our program, please click on the button below. If you are referring an existing Kidney Transplant Patient, please fax the referral to 647 689 3070 or call 416 340 4800 ext. 4113
We need donor support to create a future where people with life-threatening diseases can live their lives fully, be engaged with their families and enjoy their children and grandchildren for years to come.