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Hackensack restarts kidney transplantation program

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Hackensack University Medical Center announced it has reactivated its adult kidney transplantation program, with Dr. James Lim at the helm. The hospital announced it got approval from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and United Network for Organ Sharing to restart its kidney transplantation division, effective May 16.

Lim has been selected to lead the rebuilt division as program director and chief of transplant surgery, according to the announcement. For the past six years, he served as the program director and chief at Lankenau Medical Center in Pennsylvania, which is part of the Jefferson Health System in Philadelphia.

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