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Saint Barnabas Transplant Center Performs One of New Jersey’s First Stranger-to-Stranger Kidney Transplants

The kidney transplant team at the Saint Barnabas Health Care System Renal Transplant Center at Saint Barnabas Medical Center recently performed the center’s first anonymous stranger-to-stranger living donation kidney transplant. The center also teamed with the Liberty Science Center and NJ Sharing Network to produce Live From…Kidney Transplant, which provides a live audio and video connection between operating rooms at Saint Barnabas and Liberty Science Center.

The Adult and Pediatric Comprehensive Epilepsy Centers opens a newly expanded unit

Neurology and Neurosurgical Services at Saint Barnabas opens a newly expanded 16-bed video-E.E.G. unit that is equipped with state-of-the-art computerized digital equipment, allowing patients’ seizures to be recorded for a definitive diagnosis.

Patient Stories

  • “The result of Paul’s TAVR was excellent, with an improvement in valve size from critical narrowing to essentially normal. Utilizing a standard minimalist approach, Paul was able to be discharged home in less than 12 hours,” said Dr. Torre.

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  • “We had our list of names narrowed down to 6 or 7, but we thought we had several weeks left to make the final decision. I was keeping the names a secret from family, but planned to share the top 3 with a close friend who would give honest, impartial ...

    Nico
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  • On May 16, 2018, I donated a kidney through the Living Donor Institute at Saint Barnabas Medical Center.

    Leslie
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