March 23rd, 2017
Dallas Transplant Institute (DTI) provides one of the most complete and up-to-date transplant programs in the world. It provides medical evaluation to patients who are being considered for a kidney transplant and also provides follow-up medical care to patients who have received a transplant. It has grown to meet the many needs of transplant patients with a commitment to provide complete services for kidney and kidney/pancreas transplant patients. Additionally, DNA physicians also participate in immunosuppressive and medical management in the liver and heart transplant programs throughout the city.
DNA physicians assisted in the initial development of the transplantation program at Parkland Memorial Hospital in the early 1970’s. They later developed the Methodist Medical Center transplant program, which performed their first kidney transplant in 1981. DNA physicians are in leadership roles in the transplant programs at major hospitals located in Dallas and Fort Worth.
Dallas Transplant Institute, owned and operated by DNA, opened in June 1981 and is currently located at 3604 Live Oak St., Suite 100, Dallas, TX 75204.
Dr. David Nesser serves as Medical Director of DTI. He, along with several other DNA transplant physicians affiliated with the transplant programs at Baylor Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute, Baylor All Saints in Ft. Worth, and Methodist Dallas Medical Center provide thorough, long term care to hundreds of transplant patients around the Dallas/Fort Worth area. In addition, a group of experienced Physician Assistants and Advanced Practice RN’s are an integral part of the care provided at DTI.
Services provided at DTI include the following:
- Post-transplant follow-up by transplant nephrologists and mid-level providers
- Social Services Consultation
- Medical Nutrition Consultation
- Medicare/CLIA approved laboratory
- Glofil Testing
- Vascular Ultrasound
- Bone Densitometry
- 24-hour access to transplant physicians
- Research in immunosuppressive therapies
- Coordination of care with referring physicians