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It is with mixed feelings that I announce our president and CEO, Dean Kappel, has made the difficult decision to retire from MTS in January 2016. For nearly 29 years…
Mid-America Transplant Services’ (MTS) charitable foundation announced it will make available $80,000 in scholarship monies for current and future students in St. Louis and Springfield, MO seeking careers in critical care nursing.
The Mid-America Transplant Services (MTS) charitable foundation has awarded over $350,000 in grants to five nonprofit organizations, four in the St. Louis area and one in Springfield, MO.
“When communities collaborate to improve health they can also reduce organ failure,” said MTS President and CEO Dean F. Kappel, in announcing the creation of the organization’s new charitable foundation.
The family of Abby Cecena attended the Rose Parade on Jan. 1 in Pasadena, Calif. and shared their story on KPLR11.
To acknowledge our Board of Directors’ dedication and support to our lifesaving mission, MTS will be introducing Board members through a series of videos over the next several months. The series begins with Dr. David Jaques.
Allosource, a tissue bank partner with MTS, has entered into an exciting partnership with NASA to share ideas about microbiological testing methods and ways to identify microorganisms earlier.
Kidney recipient Gracie Greenhoff earned two bronze medals, in swimming and cornhole, at the 2014 Transplant Games of America.