University of Ottawa

Site: Ottawa - Smyth Rd

Service: Faculty of Medicine - Body Bequeathal Program

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Contact Information
Office Phone Division of Clinical and Functional Anatomy, toll free 1-888-221-2993
Fax Division of Clinical & Functional Anatomy 613-562-5687
E-Mail anatomy@uOttawa.ca
Website med.uottawa.ca/department-innovation/division-clinical-and-functional-anatomy/body-bequeathal-program
Primary Contact Claudine Peabody, Body Donation Coordinator; Email: Claudine.Peabody@uottawa.ca
Address & Map
451 Smyth Rd, RGN 2204
Ottawa, ON K1H 8M5
 
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Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) Program for individuals wishing to donate their bodies to contribute to the advancement of medicine
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm
Areas Served Ontario
Eligibility Ages: 16 year(s) and up 
 
Individuals 16 years of older * the next-of-kin or executor must approve the body donation at the time of death
Application Send an email to request a form, or request a package from the website 
 
The next-of-kin or executor must contact a funeral home of their choice at the time of death * the funeral director must then call the Division of Clinical and Functional Anatomy, University of Ottawa * this process needs to happen within 72 hours following the death
Languages English ; French
Fees None
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Other Details
Date Updated 05 Jul 2018
Subjects
Service Categories Body Donations

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