Thank you for registering to be an organ, tissue and eye donor.
Before you sign up, please take a few minutes to make sure you understand what it means to be on the Registry:
- Becoming an organ, tissue and eye donor truly shares life with others. By putting your name on Florida’s organ, tissue and eye donor registry, you consent to having your organs, tissues and eyes made available for transplantation upon death.
- Examples of organs for life-saving transplants include heart, liver, pancreas, kidneys, lungs and small bowel.
- Examples of tissues that could save or enhance someone’s life include eyes, corneas, heart valves, bones and skin grafts.
- Organs and tissues not recovered for transplant may be recovered by the local organ, tissue or eye recovery programs for pre-approved medical research, therapy or education.
If you have previously registered on this site, or joined the Registry when getting or renewing your driver license, you may view and modify your records at any time by going to: My Profile
Donor Sign-Up Information
If you are between 13 and 17 years old, you can join the Joshua Abbott Organ and Tissue Donor Registry, but your parents or legal guardian will make the final decision about organ and tissue donation at the appropriate time. You should tell your parents or legal guardian your decision to join the Registry.
We will confirm your registration by sending an e-mail directly to you. Entering your e-mail address will also allow you to update your information at a later date. If you don’t have an e-mail address, you may obtain a free address at Yahoo
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