The ACT Bone Bank provides high quality bone grafts to the local community and beyond. Located within The Canberra Hospital, it was established to meet the need for bone grafting in Canberra and the surrounding region.
ACT Health aims to deliver the best possible healthcare and health-related services in Australia
AusBiotech is Australia's Biotechnology Industry Organisation, which represents over 3,000 members, covering the human health, agricultural, medical device, bioinformatics, environmental and industrial sectors in biotechnology.
The Australasian College for Emergency Medicine is an incorporated educational institution whose prime objective is the training and examination of specialist emergency physicians for Australia and New Zealand and the ongoing maintenance of professional standards of the Fellows.
The Blood Service plays a central role in the health system of Australia, and is funded almost entirely by the governments of Australia who manage the health system.
The ATBF is a not-for-profit organisation which fosters and promotes best practice in the retrieval, preparation, storage and distribution of human tissue for transplantation throughout Australasia.
The Australasian Transplant Coordinators Association (ATCA) promotes communication and collaboration amongst organ and tissue donor and transplant coordinators in Australia and New Zealand. ATCA collaborates with regional and international associations or societies interested in transplant coordination and related subjects.
The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society fosters and promotes all aspects of intensive care medicine within our two countries. This website is primarily intended as a resource for members of the Society, however also contains general information about the Society, it's functions and the specialty of intensive care medicine.
Australian Biotechnologies is a privately owned bone and tissue processing facility that manufactures innovative human tissue-based products.
The Barwon Health – Bone Bank is operated by Barwon Health – The Geelong Hospital. It collects, stores and supplies femoral heads for bone graft in orthopedic surgery. The tissue is donated by patients undergoing total hip replacement surgery in the Geelong region.
Cell and Tissue Therapies Western Australia manufactures human heart valves, skin, haemopoietic stem cells, serum eyedrops and other cells and tissue for the WA Health Service. CTTWA also manufactures biotherapeutic products for local, national and international clinical trials.
The Council implements Lions Convention resolutions, controls the organisation of Lions projects and the Lions Convention, creates new initiatives for the growth of Lionism, and controls the finances of the Multiple District. It comprises District Governors.
The objectives of the David Hookes Foundation are to increase the number of organ donors, to increase the public awareness of the need for organ donors, and to educate families to support the decision of their loved one to donate organs.
SA Health aims to ensure healthier, longer and better lives for all South Australians through a comprehensive and sustainable health system.
Western Australia's public health system aims to ensure healthier, longer and better lives for all Western Australians and to protect the health of our community by providing a safe, high quality, accountable and sustainable health care system.
The Northern Territory Department of Health and Families delivers services related to the Ministerial responsibilities of Health, Families and Children and Child Protection.
The Department is responsible for delivering integrated services that maintain and improve the health and wellbeing of individual Tasmanians and the Tasmanian community as a whole.
The Department of Human Services is committed to enhancing and protecting the well being of all Victorians, emphasising vulnerable groups and those most in need.
DonateLife in the ACT, formerly called the ACT Organ and Tissue Donation Service, coordinates all organ and tissue donor activities across the ACT and region.
DonateLife in South Australia works with organ and tissue donation medical specialists and nurses in hospitals across the state to provide professional donation services and encourage best practice in organ and tissue transplantation.
DonateLife in the Northern Territory coordinates all organ and tissue donor activities across the Northern Territory. It works with hospitals and hospital-based organ and tissue donation medical specialists and nurses to provide professional donation services and encourage best practice to increase donation rates in the Northern Territory.
DonateLife in NSW - part of the NSW Organ and Tissue Service - coordinates all organ and tissue donor activities across the state.
DonateLife in Queensland (formerly called Queenslanders Donate) was formed in 1999 and coordinates all deceased organ and tissue donor activities across Queensland.
DonateLife in Tasmania, in conjunction with donatelife Victoria, coordinates all organ and tissue donor activities across Tasmania.
DonateLife in Victoria, formerly called LifeGift, coordinates organ donation in Victoria and Tasmania and works with the Donor Tissue Bank of Victoria and Lions Eye Bank to consent organ donor families for potential tissue donation.
DonateLife in Western Australia, formerly called DonateWest, was formed in 2000. It coordinates all organ and tissue donor activities across Western Australia.
The Donor Tissue Bank of Victoria is the largest tissue bank in Australia. It processes and distributes multiple types of tissue. A not-for-profit organisation, it provides a central facility for the acquisition, processing, storage and distribution of tissue for transplantation.
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The Eye Bank Association Australia New Zealand is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping restore sight and providing international leadership and standards into eye banking. It aims to facilitate the efforts of the Australian and New Zealand Eye Banks to further increase the availability, safety and quality of corneal and other related tissue for transplantation.
At Flinders Medical Centre, current eye research is improving the success rate of corneal transplantation and the Ophthalmic Day Surgery Unit enables some patients to have surgery without hospitalisation.
Gift of Life Inc. is the peak body for organ donor awareness in the Australian Capital Territory and the surrounding districts.
Our organisation assists our members who are pre- and post- heart and lung transplant patients of The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne.
Part of the Hunter New England Health Area, the bank collects live donor femoral heads and supplies femoral heads and other allografts to orthopaedic surgeons in the public and private hospital sector.
A not for profit organization whose focus is to improve kidney health outcomes which lead to substantial improvements to the quality of life for people with kidney and urinary tract diseases, their families and carers, as well as developing initiatives that reduce the incidence of kidney disease in the Australian community.
The Lions Eye Bank was established in 1986 by the Lions Save Sight Foundation (LSSF) and is housed at LEI. It is the only facility of its kind in WA and coordinates the collection, processing and distribution of eye tissue for transplantation. The Lions Eye Bank also maintains a waitlist of patients who require corneal graft operations.
The Lions Eye Donation Service is a joint venture between the Lions Clubs of Victoria and Southern New South Wales, the University of Melbourne and the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital. It routinely provides corneas for transplantation across Victoria and Tasmania.
Medicare Australia is an Australian government agency. It plays an integral role in the Australian health sector. Its objective is to assist in improving health outcomes in Australia, including administering the Australian Organ Donor Register.
New South Wales public health services include more than 220 public hospitals, 500 community, family and children's health centres, 220 ambulance stations, and an extensive range of other services including mental health, dental, allied health, public health, Aboriginal health and multicultural health services.
The Perth Bone and Tissue Bank is an independent, incorporated, charitable organisation which retrieves donated bone. After testing and processing, the bone is stored awaiting its use in a wide variety of orthopaedic procedures.
The Organ and Tissue Authority has been established to spearhead and be accountable for a new world's best practice national approach and system to achieve a significant and lasting increase in the number of life-saving and life-transforming transplants for Australians.
The Organ Donation and Transplant Foundation of WA is a registered West Australian charity that seeks to foster, promote and develop all aspects of organ and tissue donation and establish sustainable mechanisms of increasing community awareness about the importance of organ and tissue donation in the WA Community.
Queensland Health is a dynamic organisation committed to providing a range of services aimed at achieving good health and well-being for all Queenslanders.
The Sammy D Foundation encourages youth to reach their maximum life potential with an emphasis on empowering youth to make safe and positive life choices.
Students and Volunteers for Organ Donation (SAV'D) is a new student organisation aimed at promoting organ and tissue donation amongst medical students and the community. Affiliated with DonateLife, the governmental authority overseeing organ donation, SAV'D will be a network of medical students, Australia-wide, which will run university-level events and projects with support from the national authority.
St John of God Health Care is a leading health care provider, with private hospitals, home nursing, pathology and Social Outreach and Advocacy services throughout Australia, New Zealand, and the wider Asia-Pacific region.
Transplant Australia works in the areas of advocacy, awareness and support. Its objectives are to increase the rate of organ and tissue donation, improve the community’s understanding of transplantation, and provide its members with support, education and guidance to improve their health and quality of life.
The Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand has as members, scientists, doctors, transplant coordinators and research students with an interest in all forms of transplantation.
The Foundation aims to make organ and tissue donation and awareness more prevalent in our community. In particular, by informing parents of the importance of discussing these issues with their children in case they ever be placed in the same situation of making a decision.
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