Helping all patients receive a second chance at life!
AMAT was created with the hope of saving more lives by increasing organ and tissue donation among multicultural communities.
The first Black, female transplant surgeon in the U.S. has performed more than 1,000 transplants and is an ardent advocate for patients awaiting transplant.
This year, our series focuses on building and embracing community and professional partnerships. Listen online and get connected with your community.
We can make a difference by working together to ensure that the multicultural perspective is served.
Perspectives on Working with Multicultural Donor Families
Hear from four professionals who work with families of donors from diverse multicultural backgrounds.
Get the latest news and information on AMAT events, activities and people.
Association for Multicultural Affairs in Transplantation
700 N. 4th Street
Richmond VA 23219
215-557-8090 Ext. 1172