POLISH AMERICAN TRANSPLANT CENTER 

in Polish

 

 

 

The Center was established to serve Polish-American community in the USA

 

Particularly, to enable Polish-American patients an access to the highest quality medical care provided by Polish- and English-speaking personnel

in preparation for, during and after organ and cell transplantation procedures.

 

We offer kidney, pancreas, liver, heart, lungs, islet and bone marrow transplantation.

For more information, please contact

Patrycja Ulijaszczyk-Noga@uchospitals.edu    

tel. (773) 834-8482  

fax (773) 834-0732

OUR PATIENTS

Kinga was 19 year old when she gave a part of her own liver to her Mom, Maria, when Maria’s liver failed and was dying.  Both are feeling great 5 years after the transplantation procedure. Kinga graduated from a nursing school.

Teresa who moved with family to Chicago from South of Poland years ago, received a kidney from her brother Marian, so

she was only one month on hemodialysis. Both are feeling great more then 5 years after the procedure; both are fully active professionally.

Mallory (above)  had suffered from type 1 diabetes since she was a child. She received a pancreatic islet transplant and has not bee using any insulin for almost 4 years. 

Polish husband- Stanislaw and nurse Tomasz

At the age of 69 Stanislaw (below) was stressed about his kidney transplant especially that he spoke mostly Polish. Karolina  guided him in Polish during recovery in the hospital and Jozefa took over his outpatient care, chatting in Polish during the clinic visits and over the phone. 

Irenka speaks only Polish. She received a kidney transplant at the age of 75. 

Nurse Karolina took care of her speaking Polish in hospital (left) and Jozefa took over her care in clinic during

the recovery and afterwards (right). 

RYSZARD

with  KIDNEY TRANSPLANT

for  34 YEARS!!! 

Ryszard has been living with the kidney transplant for last 34 years! When he was 26 years old, he received his first kidney tx, which worked 11 years. Next kidney transplanted from his father, has been working for last 23 years. Although still not on dialysis, we may need his third transplant soon, 

 

His has been taking his anti-rejection medications for all 34 years, Recently developed some superficial small, skin cancers related to the medications, which under surveillance of a dermatologist have been successfully treated surgically. Nevertheless, he highlights that kidney transplants allowed him to have a really happy life with own family, raising his children. He also has had career as a college professor in Chicago.

Bravo Ryszard!. 

 

OUR CLINICAL TEAM

Piotr Witkowski MD PhD
Transplant Surgeon
Andrzej Jakubowiak MD PhD
Professor of Hematology
Jagoda Jasielec MD
Assistant Professor, Hematology
Anna Lipowska
Gastroenterology Fellow
Patrycja Ulijaszczyk-Noga
Pre Transplantant Nurse
Jozefa Stutor
Post Transplant Nurse
Monika Krezalek MD
Surgical Resident
Kinga Skowron MD
Surgery Resident
Karolina Krakowiak
Transplant Unit Nurse
Agnieszka Stryjek
Transplant Unit Nurse
Mieczyslawa Franczyk
Physical Therapy Specialist (recently retired)
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CONTACT:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transplantation Institute

Clinical  Research Center

 

Islet and Kidney Transplantation

Manager, Lindsay Basto RN MSN 

Lindsay.Basto@uchospitals.edu

tel. (773) 702-2504

fax (773) 926-0671

 

Islet and Cell Processing and Research

Manager, Karolina Golab, PhD

kgolab@surgery.bsd.uchicago.edu


Transplantation Institute

University of Chicago Medicine

5841 S. Maryland Avenue

MC 5026, J-517

Chicago IL 60637

Polish-American Transplant Center

Clinical Coordinator

Patrycja Ulijaszyk RN 

Patrycja.Ulijaszyk@uchospitals.edu

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