Forms & Decision for Donations
You can obtain a declaration of donation form
and donor information sheet
- Calling The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University at (252) 744-2843.
- Writing to the address below.
- Downloading the forms onto your computer.
Fill out the Declaration of Donation form and sign it in the presence of two witnesses. Witnesses must be adults who may be members of your family or friends. Notarization is not required. Mail the original copy of the Declaration of Donation form (along with the Donor Data form) to:
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
The Brody School of Medicine
at East Carolina University
Greenville, North Carolina 27834
Give one copy to your legal next of kin, keep a second copy with your valuable papers, and mail a third copy to your family physician.
You may, at any time, revise or revoke your donation. Completing a donation form does not, in any way, comprise a contract. It is only a statement of the your wishes and intentions. You should notify the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, in writing if possible, if you wish to change anything.
It is a very good idea to inform your relatives of the decision to donate your body. It is the policy of the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University not to accept a donated body if the nearest living relative objects. Next of kin are the legal custodians of a deceased relative's body. You are therefore encouraged to make your donation known to your family, close friends, minister, and attorney. If you have a Will, you should include a statement regarding the donation. However, the best way to have your wishes honored is to carry your donor card at all times and to inform your legal next of kin of your wishes.
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