All of the BMT team members are dedicated to providing the best care and support to you and your family. A transplant coordinator will assist you through the treatment process by working with all of the healthcare team members. This includes answering your questions about treatment, lab tests and any concerns.
You will also be given patient information related to your diagnosis. Some of these materials are from the Medical Center's Library for Health Information on the fifth floor Atrium of Rhodes Hall. The library offers a number of patient education materials on health topics, diseases and other conditions. You are welcome to contact the library at (614) 293-3707 or firstname.lastname@example.org to order additional materials. Your transplant coordinator will also provide you with The James' materials and patient information from other resources.
To give you an idea of what's involved in the transplant process, we've outlined the steps from pre-transplantation to your follow-up care for autologous and allogeneic transplants. Find out what to expect as part of the transplant process: