Spanish Language Clinic
About the Hispanic Kidney Transplant Clinic
Led by transplant surgeon Dr. Jorge Almario and nurse Cynthia Meza, the Spanish Language Clinic takes place weekly on Tuesdays 8 am–1pm and Fridays, from 1–5 pm.
When you come to the clinic, you will meet with bilingual members of our Transplant Team, who will discuss your health history and potential next steps for kidney transplant evaluation. You can ask your team questions, and you will receive Spanish materials to take home, so you can review with family and loved ones.
Committed to Your Kidney Transplant Success
UI Health has a commitment to serving Chicago's Hispanic population, and we serve more Hispanic patients than any other academic medical center in the city. We are proud to provide transplant options that may not be available at other health systems, including transplant for high-risk patients, such as those who are overweight or with conditions like diabetes or peripheral vascular disease. We also offer paired kidney exchange, or "kidney swap," for patients with donor blood-type incompatibilities. And our survival and graft-survival rates exceed UNOS and CMS national benchmarks.
We're proud to represent and serve our communities, and we are committed to helping you achieve your best health.
Location & Hours
Kidney Transplant Clinic
(Eye & Ear Infirmary, Suite 1077)
1855 W. Taylor St.
Chicago, IL 60612
Tuesday: 8 am–1 pm
Friday: 1–5 pm
To request an appointment, please call 312.996.6771. You also can request more information online by completing our online form.