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Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network

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What is an OPO?
Organ procurement organizations (OPOs) are private non-profit organizations that are responsible for increasing donor registration in their service areas and for coordinating the donation process in their service area hospitals. More

What is an Organ Transplant Program (OTP)?
An organ transplant program is the hospital unit that provides the array of services – such as patient evaluation, pre-operative care, surgery, and follow-up -- connected with transplantation of a specific type of organ. More

What is the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN)?
The OPTN is a large network of institutions and medical professionals that is primarily responsible for matching donor organs and recipients through a national computer network. More
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  NOTE: The data used for this tool is current as of 11/5/2013 in the HRSA Data Warehouse.
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