The first thing you notice about the transplant program is how many are coming in from other states.
The next thing you know, you’re in the hospital waiting room, waiting for your transplant, waiting.
But it’s not all bad news.
The city of Seattle is one of the top five transplant centers in the country, with more than 9,000 transplants performed annually.
The state’s highest performing center is in St. Paul, Minnesota, which has more than 6,000, according to the transplant center’s website.
And with the state’s new transplant guidelines, St. Louis County’s transplant program, which had been operating at a very low level, has increased to more than 20,000 a year, according.
In fact, the county’s transplant center, in St Charles, Missouri, has about 1,000 people in its waiting room.
That’s more than double the population of the city.
“I’ve been here over four years, and we’ve seen a lot of growth,” said Dr. Daniele Vittorini, St Louis County Health Department’s medical director.
“The growth we’re seeing in our transplant program has been a big factor.
We are a leader in the transplant community.”
In addition to the high number of transplants in St Louis, there are now more than 500 transplants happening every day in Spokane, which also has the third highest number of surgeries in the nation.
The number of people getting transplants each year in Spokane is more than the total population of St. Joseph, Missouri.
St. Charles County is home to one of two transplant centers: the St. Mary’s Transplant Center in the suburb of West Olive and the St Marys Transplantation Center in Bellevue.
Both are located in Bellevues, with the St Joseph site just a few miles away.
The Bellevue site has more transplants than the Spokane transplant center combined.
It has about 3,200 patients.
Bellevue has a strong transplant community and has had a steady supply of transplanted organs for decades.
It’s a very small town, with a population of less than 1,500, but it has a huge population of transplamers.
The transplant center in St Mary’s has about 15,000 patients.
St Mary has more patients than the other two transplant sites combined.
“It’s very, very busy,” said Vittore, who is also the executive director of the St Francis Transplant Foundation, which runs the transplant office in the community.
“People are waiting all the time for their transplant.”
In fact: about 90% of transplant surgeries in St Joseph are done in St Joe, Vittoro said.
That number jumped to 85% last year.
Vittorio has had the biggest success in Bellevuing, but he has also seen a dramatic increase in the number of patients in St Elizabeth, which is near the Bellevue hospital.
The St Elizabeth site has about 2,300 patients, more than a third of whom have been in the waiting room for about two years.
About 40% of those patients are from Bellevue, according the Bellevues Times.
That site has seen a steady increase in patients over the years.
But, Vettori said, that number is changing.
“A lot of times, people come in and they’re like, ‘I’m so sick.
I have to get this done.’
It becomes more and more common to do a transplant at Bellevue,” Vittori said.
The other transplant site is the St Charles site, which offers more than 1.4 million patients a year.
The population of that site has been stable over the last four years.
The transplants have not been so successful in St Matthews, however.
The site had a lot less than one transplant a year in the 1980s and 1990s.
But over the past few years, the number has doubled to about five transplants a year and has gone to about 20.
“We are seeing more and better results,” Vettore said.
“So we are very pleased to see that the transplants are working out for St. Matthews.”
In both St. Johnsville and St Charles County, the transplations have been going well.
About 2,100 people a year have had their transplants at the Belleves Transplant site.
There are about 1.3 million people in the United States, and about half of them are waiting to get their organs transplanted, according a study published in the Journal of Transplantable Organisms.
“These numbers are very impressive,” said St. Francis transplant director Dr. John C. DeAngelis.
“And there is some excitement that there is more transplantable organs out there.”
St. Augustine is the only transplant center not located in the metro area.
The hospital, located in downtown St. John’s, received a record-breaking number of kidney transplants last year and is looking forward to seeing that number increase