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Organ donors, recipients celebrate life at OHSU transplant picnic



The Oregon Health & Science University Transplant Program will host a picnic Saturday, July 23, to honor organ transplant recipients, donors and their families.

Around 350 people, including OHSU and Veterans Affairs Medical Center transplant staff, are expected to attend.

Activities will include a catered picnic, group photographs, children’s activities and door prizes for participants of all ages to enjoy.

OHSU’s newly recruited director of Clinical Transplant Services, Mark Menotti, will give the opening remarks.


Saturday, July 23, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

*** Editors: Please call ahead if you plan to attend.


The lawn behind the OHSU Campus Services Building, 3500 block of S.W. Gaines Road (up hill from the OHSU Child Development and Rehabilitation Center), on the Marquam Hill campus, Portland. Campus map.


Oregon Health & Science University has hosted an event for organ donors and transplant recipients to celebrate the gift of life nearly every year since 1994. The opportunity to socialize with others who have been through a similar life-changing experience makes this a much-anticipated event. See photos of previous OHSU transplant picnics.

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