Staying at Nora’s Home (Admission Criteria)

style-h3 Nora’s Home guests must be patients, family members, or caregivers of patients of one of the transplant centers of the Texas Medical Center.
style-h3 Patients/Guests may be in Houston for either inpatient hospital care or outpatient therapeutic care.
style-h3 Guests must be able to take care of themselves. Guests may invite a companion to stay with them as a registered guest.
style-h3 Lodging is generally limited to individuals directly involved in a patient’s care. Extended family members may stay in the same room if adequate bed space is available.
style-h3 We serve all who need us, without regard to race, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, economic status, or political affiliation.
sunflower-bullet2 An initial referral must come from a member of the transplant team: a physician, transplant coordinator, charge nurse, social worker, or chaplain. After this referral has been received, the patient or family member may contact Nora’s Home directly to discuss lodging availability.
sunflower-bullet2 Space cannot be guaranteed for a particular date, so making alternative arrangements is strongly recommended. If space is not immediately available, we will endeavor to provide information and referral to other lodging options.