Return to me

County Theater Doylestown, PA


Ashley Aloba

Donor Transplant Coordinator, Penn Center for Living Donation

Return To Me— So compatible: Organ donation

Before the film starts, Living Donor Transplant Coordinator Ashley Aloba from the Penn Center for Living Donation gives a short presentation on what it means to be a living donor and the transplant process.

County Theater Doylestown, PA

Film Synopsis

A man who falls in love with the woman who received his wife's heart must decide which woman it is who holds his heart.

    David Duchovny and Minnie Driver take on matters of the heart, in this touching romantic comedy directed by Bonnie Hunt. After receiving a heart transplant, a waitress experiences an unexplainable connection with a charming widower. As their relationship grows, so too does her pressure to tell him about her medical history. Although released in the early 2000s, this sweet and sincere rom-com feels like a classic Hollywood love story.

    Photo credit: MGM

    About the Speaker

    Ashley Aloba is a living donor transplant coordinator and passionate advocate of living donation at the Penn Center for Living Donation at Penn Medicine. With 8 years of experience as a nurse in abdominal organ and hand transplantation, she dedicates her efforts to raising awareness about the profound impact and life-changing potential of living organ donation. Her commitment to this cause stems from wanting to increase access to transplantation across all organs through engaging individuals in conversation around transplant and living donation. Through engaging talks and informative sessions, Ashley Aloba strives to empower individuals with the knowledge and understanding needed to make informed decisions about living donation. Her goal is to inspire and encourage others to consider this selfless act, fostering hope and making a tangible difference in the lives of those in need.