January 8, 2021
As the first hospital in the District to provide COVID-19 vaccines to our care team, GW Hospital is proud to continue providing first and second doses to our frontline #HealthcareHeroes.
GW Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center and the GW Transplant Institute Honored with the 2019 National Kidney Foundation Community Partnership Award
December 6, 2019
The George Washington University (GW) Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center and the GW Transplant Institute received the 2019 National Kidney Foundation Community Partnership Award at the 39th Annual Kidney Ball on Nov. 23 in Washington, D.C.
July 3, 2019
News4 Your Sunday: High Blood Pressure Month
May 21, 2018
News4 Your Sunday: Fighting Kidney Disease
October 26, 2017
RJPKC GW Kidney Adverts
January 10, 2017
Sarah Miknis, a photographer for George Washington University’s medical school, donated a kidney to Jose Reyes, who had stage 5 kidney disease. “An angel came down, and here we are,” Reyes said. News4’s Aimee Cho has their story.
January 4, 2017
Anola McNair, who had her left kidney removed following the growth of a tumor, wasn’t sure about organ donation; though she needed a new kidney, she was reluctant to learn more. “I just wasn’t feeling the whole thing,” she recalled. “I’m thinking, ‘I don’t know, I don’t want to [think about…
January 4, 2017
It all started with an idea, said J. Keith Melancon, M.D., chief of the Division of Transplant Surgery, director of the GW Transplant Institute at GW Hospital, and professor of surgery at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS): “I’m going to donate a kidney.”
December 13, 2016
J. Keith Melancon, M.D., clapped Maurice Lucas, a retired Metro bus driver, on the back as he led him and his wife, Violet, through the door of the GW Transplant Institute at GW Hospital. “I’ve got somebody you need to meet,” said the chief of the Division of Transplant Surgery, director of the…
November 14, 2016
The GW Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center have launched a series of ads featuring James Brown, CBS Sports/News broadcaster as part of an awareness campaign that aims to educate citizens in the D.C. market about kidney disease.