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Organ and Body Donation

Donation of organs

The person who died may have wanted to donate organs for transplant. This will be easier if they were on the NHS Organ Donor Register, carried a donor card and had discussed the donation plans with their family. Relatives will still be asked to give their consent before donation. Most organ donations come from people who have died while on a ventilator in a hospital intensive care unit. For more information about organ donation and transplantation, contact:

NHS Organ Donor Register
NHS Blood and Transplant
Organ Donation and Transplantation Directorate
Fox Den Road
Stoke Gifford
BS34 8RR

Organ Donor Line: 0300 123 2323 (24 hours a day, every day)
E-mail: enquiries@nhsbt.nhs.uk
Website: www.organdonation.nhs.uk

Donation of the body for medical education or research

The person who died may have made a special request to have their body donated to medical science. They will have made arrangements with their nearest medical school and told their family and GP. A member of the family should contact the medical school for advice.

The Human Tissue Authority website will provide information on your local medical school at www.hta.gov.uk.

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