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Say "Yes" Today

We are calling on you to help save more lives.

With the partnership of Georgia's family practice physicians, we can provide better education about organ and tissue donation and help people in your communities needing organ and tissue transplantation receive the gift of life.

In less than five minutes, you could save 8 lives. You might forever improve as many as 70 more.

Your participation in our survey will have an impact on public education about organ and tissue donation in Georgia. We appreciate you.

Physician Survey
  • Help Georgians leave an immeasurable legacy of life.

    LifeLink of Georgia is developing a public education initiative to reach more Georgians and we invite you to join us.

    • More than 90% of Georgians say they support organ and tissue donation.
    • Yet, less than 40% routinely register as donors when they get or renew their driver’s license through the Department of Driver Services – the most common portal for donor registration in the state.

    Family physicians are key to educating communities about organ donation and empowering individuals to register on Georgia’s organ, tissue, and eye donor registry.

  • Together we can ensure that every story continues.

    Last year, 457 Georgians became organ donors, providing 1,441 lifesaving organs for transplant. LifeLink of Georgia is humbled to be entrusted as the steward of these incredible gifts and donor’s legacies by helping as many people as possible and through the compassionate support of donor families.

    • One organ donor can save eight lives and help dozens more through tissue donation.
    • More than 46,500 people received life-saving transplants in the U.S. last year.
    • Nearly 3,000 Georgians and more than 100,000 people across the nation are waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant today.

You know your patients and communities best.

You help us understand your patient populations’ specific needs and concerns to co-create a program that effectively educates more people about organ and tissue donation. Your trusted relationships with patients make you invaluable partners in this life-saving mission. Help us help others write their own stories that never end.

  • Together, we can do so much more. You don't have to wait.

    Want to do more now? Our public education team would be happy to:

    • Provide a speaker at a patient education event or community service organization meeting.
    • Set up a donor registration table at a health fair in your community.
    • Arrange for a LifeLink volunteer, most often a donor family member or transplant recipient who has been directly impacted by organ and tissue donation and transplantation, to share their story.
    Reach out to us for more information.