(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indiana Donor Network announces a major step forward in organ donation and transplantation in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We have been in contact with the Indiana State Department of Health, who will partner with us to provide timely COVID-19 testing on all potential organ donors. Because of this testing, organ donation can continue to save lives during this pandemic. We greatly appreciate the partnership of the Indiana State Department of Health.
Indiana Donor Network remains steadfast in our mission to save and enhance lives through organ, tissue and eye donation and transplantation. To that end, we will continue to work diligently and collaborate with all professional partners to ensure our lifesaving efforts continue despite the new challenges.
About Indiana Donor Network
The decision to become an organ, tissue and eye donor is a decision to give the gift of life. Indiana Donor Network serves as the vital link between donors and patients waiting for lifesaving organ transplants, healing tissue and corneas to restore sight. We are the state’s federally designated organ recovery organization and an accredited tissue bank. Our team of nearly 200 dedicated professionals is committed to saving and healing lives through donation and transplantation, championing the cause through education and outreach and supporting donor families in their time of need. For more information or to register your donation decision, visit IndianaDonorNetwork.org.