Students at PCOM South Georgia will learn firsthand about the intricacies of the human body thanks to the generosity
of anatomical donors. There is much to be learned from the human body and those who
donate their remains to support programs in medical education and research make a
tremendous contribution to scientific knowledge and understanding.
Any Georgia resident 18 years of age or older may donate his or her body to our program. The College also honors next of kin donations. The Georgia Anatomical Gift Act permits the following persons, in order of priority, to make a donation on behalf of the deceased:
You may register as a body donor by completing our donor documents. You may telephone or write to the program director to obtain donation forms or other information about the program. You must sign the donation form in the presence of two witnesses, who must then countersign the document in your presence. You should also obtain the signatures of your closest family members on the donation form. Although the Georgia Anatomical Gift Act allows individuals to donate their bodies without consent from the next of kin, it is the policy of the College not to accept a donation if the donor’s closest relatives object. If you wish to revoke the donation, you may do so at any time by writing the program director.
If you would like more information about the body donor program, please call Jeffrey K. Seiple, Director of Anatomical Donor Services, at 770-833-0701 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also complete our online contact form:
Body Donor Program
PCOM South Georgia
Phone: 678-225-7477 | Fax: 770-682-2309
Jeffrey K. Seiple
Director of Anatomical Donor Services
Cell: 770-833-0701 | Email: email@example.com