Transplant and urology
Your first appointment will be face-to-face.
Your follow-up appointments may be:
If you have not had your transplant yet, you'll continue to have appointments with your usual kidney doctor as well as with the transplant and urology service.
If you have had your transplant, you'll continue to have appointments in the transplant outpatient clinic as well as with the transplant and urology service.
How to get an appointment
A member of our transplant team will refer you to our service before or after your transplant, depending on your needs.
Changing or cancelling your appointment
Email [email protected].
During your appointment
Your first appointment will be face-to-face with a transplant urologist. It will last about 1 hour.
At your appointment you may need a blood test and provide a urine sample.
We're a teaching hospital and sometimes students will be at your appointments. We'll ask you if you're happy for them to be there. It will not affect your care if you prefer not to have them there.
After your appointment
We'll send you a copy of your transplant urology letter. We'll also write to your GP and any other doctors you see. We'll let them know if you need any changes to the medicines you take.
If you need any more tests or appointments with another team, we'll arrange them for you.
Last updated: 21 September 2022