Who We Are
Founded by a group of transplant recipients and volunteers in 2006, the Seattle Transplant House is one of the most respected housing non-profits in the country. Our staff and Board members have all been touched by transplant which gives our team a unique perspective on delivering a quality experience to our guests.
Transplant House will provide affordable, convenient, and safe housing for transplant patients, and for patients who are immune-suppressed or immune-compromised due to transplants or other medical issues.
Our Core Values
RESPECT - Treating others the way we want to be treated
INTEGRITY - Knowing and doing what is right
CONFIDENTIALITY - Maintaining guest privacy
COMPASSION - Understanding our guest’s experience and assisting with kindness
SERVICE TO OTHERS - Unselfishly providing assistance when needed
PATIENCE - Accepting and tolerating delay, trouble, or annoyance
Diversity & Inclusion
Transplant House is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. Transplant House and its Directors, Officers and Employees strive to conduct ourselves in all circumstances in a manner that neither considers nor discriminates on the basis of race, age, skin color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, physical or mental disability, socio-economic status or veteran status.
It is in Transplant House's best interest to not only serve a diverse and inclusive population, but we also strive to attract and employ the most qualified people in order to fill our present and future needs.
Sound Community Bank
Bill and Melody Fleckenstein
Webpass from Google Fiber | Seattle
Board of Directors
Board President, Liver Transplant Recipient
Gary Sparling, Esq.
Vice President of the Board, Partner, Soha & Lang
Secretary of the Board, Senior Paralegal, Keller Rohrback LLP
Treasurer of the Board, Principal and Cofounder Clothier-Willsey
Retired Executive Director, University of Washington, Kidney-Pancreas Transplant
Dr. Jorge Reyes
Chief of Transplant Surgery University of Washington Medical Center
Ronald G. Adkins
Retired US Postal Service, Heart Transplant Recipient
Pharmacist, University of Washington Medical Center