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Register your Decision

Register your decision for organ donation in the Organ Donor Registry.

Thank you for taking the time to register your decision for organ donation.

If you are 19 and over, your registration constitutes a legally valid decision record. For someone under the age of 19, your registration reflects an expressed wish about organ donation and is not a legally binding decision record. You can formalize your decision legally once you turn 19.

1BC Personal Health Number (PHN)

Have your BC Personal Health Number (PHN) ready. You will need this to register or verify your decision.


You may have already registered your decision for organ donation, so it’s good to double-check. You can verify using your Personal Health Number (PHN) on our online tool.

3Not registered?

Not already registered? Complete your registration using our electronic form.

4Tell your family

Once you've registered your decision, have a conversation with your family. As much as it’s important to officially register your decision, it’s also important to have a conversation with your loved ones about organ donation and your decision.

Note: If you are a member of the military and you do not have a BC PHN, please complete a paper form (PDF) and mail it to BC Transplant – we will complete the registration process once we receive your form. 


If you have any troubles registering your decision, please call our Registration Clerk at 604-877-2147.

You can also check out our Organ Donation FAQs for more information.

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