Transplant Nurse Specialists

The pre-transplant Nurse Specialists are the primary contact for all patients referred for transplantation.  They are involved in the co-ordination and assessment of potential transplant recipients. In the case of the live donor team the assessment of potential living kidney donors here at the Oxford Transplant Centre acting as the donor advocate ensuring physical, psychological and social welfare.

The transplant nurse practitioner team was established in 2000 and is now made up of 6 nurses and a secretary. All the nurses have many years of experience on transplant wards here at in other hospitals prior to joining this team. Our main focus is to provide nursing support and clinical expertise for patients and their families once they have received an organ transplant.
We make up part of the multidisciplinary team caring for patients in transplant follow-up clinics both at the Churchill and at the regional hospitals in Swindon, Milton Keynes, Wycombe and Stoke Mandeville. As well as forming part of the clinic team, we also run a telephone query line for any transplant patient or family member who has a concern regarding issues related to their transplant.
The telephone number is 01865 228662. This line is open Monday to Friday 08.00 to 16.00 hours and there is an answering machine for messages to be left if we are not available to answer your call immediately.

The Transplant Research Nurse sees the patients who are enrolled in a trial when they come to clinics in order to arrange their blood tests and discuss any questions they may have regarding the trials and research projects. These trials will fall into categories of testing various anti-rejection medications, either new prior to licensing or already licensed drugs in a new regimen.

All the Specialist Nurses also participate in the on-call service co-ordinating arrangements for kidney, pancreas, islet and intestinal transplants. They are all experienced nurses and have a range of experience in renal, transplantation and Intensive Care nursing.

Post Transplant Team

Post-Transplant team:  

Jennifer Fox
Ali Smith
Cheri Sohento
Kate Onyett
Abi Fullard 
Secretary: Rosana Griffin (rosana.griffin@ouh.nhs.uk)

Kidney Recipient Programme

Clare Snelgrove
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
[contact Clare]

Jenny Day
Advanced Nurse Practitioner 
 
Jo McCormack
Advanced Nurse Practitioner

 

Kidney recipient booklet click here 

Pancreas Transplant Programme

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Simon Northover
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
[contact Simon]

Kim Corbey
Advanced Nurse Practitioner

For pancreas booklet please click here

Lead Transplant Nurse Specialist

Jennifer Fox 
Advanced Nurse Practitioner 
Jennifer.fox@ouh.nhs.uk  

 

Intestinal Transplant programme

Heather Howe
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
heather.howe@ouh.nhs.uk 

For intestinal transplant booklet please click here

Islet Transplant Programme

Jennifer Fox 
Advanced Nurse Practitioner (post transplant)
Jennifer.fox@ouh.nhs.uk  

Simon Northover
Advanced Nurse Practitioner (pre transplant)
simon.northover@ouh.nhs.uk 

 

For islet transplant booklet please click here

Wytham Ward

The Wytham Ward is a 20 bedded transplant ward where patients are cared for whilst undergoing assessment for a transplant and preparation for their transplant operation.  Other patients cared for on this ward are those needing acute post transplantation care and recovery, re-admission for transplant complications and renal patients requiring high dependency care or monitoring.

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The pre-transplant Nurse Specialists are the primary contact for all patients referred for transplantation.  They are involved in the co-ordination and assessment of potential transplant recipients. In the case of the live donor team the assessment of potential living kidney donors here at the Oxford Transplant Centre acting as the donor advocate ensuring physical, psychological and social welfare.

The transplant nurse practitioner team was established in 2000 and is now made up of 6 nurses and a secretary. All the nurses have many years of experience on transplant wards here at in other hospitals prior to joining this team. Our main focus is to provide nursing support and clinical expertise for patients and their families once they have received an organ transplant.
We make up part of the multidisciplinary team caring for patients in transplant follow-up clinics both at the Churchill and at the regional hospitals in Swindon, Milton Keynes, Wycombe and Stoke Mandeville. As well as forming part of the clinic team, we also run a telephone query line for any transplant patient or family member who has a concern regarding issues related to their transplant.
The telephone number is 01865 228662. This line is open Monday to Friday 08.00 to 16.00 hours and there is an answering machine for messages to be left if we are not available to answer your call immediately.

The Transplant Research Nurse sees the patients who are enrolled in a trial when they come to clinics in order to arrange their blood tests and discuss any questions they may have regarding the trials and research projects. These trials will fall into categories of testing various anti-rejection medications, either new prior to licensing or already licensed drugs in a new regimen.

All the Specialist Nurses also participate in the on-call service co-ordinating arrangements for kidney, pancreas, islet and intestinal transplants. They are all experienced nurses and have a range of experience in renal, transplantation and Intensive Care nursing.

Post Transplant Team

Kidney Recipient Programme

The pre-transplant Nurse Specialists are the primary contact for all patients referred for transplantation.  They are involved in the co-ordination and assessment of potential transplant recipients. In the case of the live donor team the assessment of potential living kidney donors here at the Oxford Transplant Centre acting as the donor advocate ensuring physical, psychological and social welfare.

The transplant nurse practitioner team was established in 2000 and is now made up of 6 nurses and a secretary. All the nurses have many years of experience on transplant wards here at in other hospitals prior to joining this team. Our main focus is to provide nursing support and clinical expertise for patients and their families once they have received an organ transplant.
We make up part of the multidisciplinary team caring for patients in transplant follow-up clinics both at the Churchill and at the regional hospitals in Swindon, Milton Keynes, Wycombe and Stoke Mandeville. As well as forming part of the clinic team, we also run a telephone query line for any transplant patient or family member who has a concern regarding issues related to their transplant.
The telephone number is 01865 228662. This line is open Monday to Friday 08.00 to 16.00 hours and there is an answering machine for messages to be left if we are not available to answer your call immediately.

The Transplant Research Nurse sees the patients who are enrolled in a trial when they come to clinics in order to arrange their blood tests and discuss any questions they may have regarding the trials and research projects. These trials will fall into categories of testing various anti-rejection medications, either new prior to licensing or already licensed drugs in a new regimen.

All the Specialist Nurses also participate in the on-call service co-ordinating arrangements for kidney, pancreas, islet and intestinal transplants. They are all experienced nurses and have a range of experience in renal, transplantation and Intensive Care nursing.

Pancreas Transplant Programme

Pancreas transplant team.jpg - 499.94 Kb

 

The pre-transplant Nurse Specialists are the primary contact for all patients referred for transplantation.  They are involved in the co-ordination and assessment of potential transplant recipients. In the case of the live donor team the assessment of potential living kidney donors here at the Oxford Transplant Centre acting as the donor advocate ensuring physical, psychological and social welfare.

The transplant nurse practitioner team was established in 2000 and is now made up of 6 nurses and a secretary. All the nurses have many years of experience on transplant wards here at in other hospitals prior to joining this team. Our main focus is to provide nursing support and clinical expertise for patients and their families once they have received an organ transplant.
We make up part of the multidisciplinary team caring for patients in transplant follow-up clinics both at the Churchill and at the regional hospitals in Swindon, Milton Keynes, Wycombe and Stoke Mandeville. As well as forming part of the clinic team, we also run a telephone query line for any transplant patient or family member who has a concern regarding issues related to their transplant.
The telephone number is 01865 228662. This line is open Monday to Friday 08.00 to 16.00 hours and there is an answering machine for messages to be left if we are not available to answer your call immediately.

The Transplant Research Nurse sees the patients who are enrolled in a trial when they come to clinics in order to arrange their blood tests and discuss any questions they may have regarding the trials and research projects. These trials will fall into categories of testing various anti-rejection medications, either new prior to licensing or already licensed drugs in a new regimen.

All the Specialist Nurses also participate in the on-call service co-ordinating arrangements for kidney, pancreas, islet and intestinal transplants. They are all experienced nurses and have a range of experience in renal, transplantation and Intensive Care nursing.

Lead Transplant Nurse Specialist

Intestinal Transplant programme

Islet Transplant Programme

Wytham Ward

The pre-transplant Nurse Specialists are the primary contact for all patients referred for transplantation.  They are involved in the co-ordination and assessment of potential transplant recipients. In the case of the live donor team the assessment of potential living kidney donors here at the Oxford Transplant Centre acting as the donor advocate ensuring physical, psychological and social welfare.

The transplant nurse practitioner team was established in 2000 and is now made up of 6 nurses and a secretary. All the nurses have many years of experience on transplant wards here at in other hospitals prior to joining this team. Our main focus is to provide nursing support and clinical expertise for patients and their families once they have received an organ transplant.
We make up part of the multidisciplinary team caring for patients in transplant follow-up clinics both at the Churchill and at the regional hospitals in Swindon, Milton Keynes, Wycombe and Stoke Mandeville. As well as forming part of the clinic team, we also run a telephone query line for any transplant patient or family member who has a concern regarding issues related to their transplant.
The telephone number is 01865 228662. This line is open Monday to Friday 08.00 to 16.00 hours and there is an answering machine for messages to be left if we are not available to answer your call immediately.

The Transplant Research Nurse sees the patients who are enrolled in a trial when they come to clinics in order to arrange their blood tests and discuss any questions they may have regarding the trials and research projects. These trials will fall into categories of testing various anti-rejection medications, either new prior to licensing or already licensed drugs in a new regimen.

All the Specialist Nurses also participate in the on-call service co-ordinating arrangements for kidney, pancreas, islet and intestinal transplants. They are all experienced nurses and have a range of experience in renal, transplantation and Intensive Care nursing.

We need everyone's help. Turn good intentions into action and sign up today by visiting the
Raising funds for the sole benefit of the Oxford Transplant Centre....