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  • Transport of organs and medical teams

    Since 1987, our transport units for organs and medical teams have traveled 1,829,739 km, the equivalent of 45 times the turn of the Earth !
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  • Canadian Organ & Tissue Donors Association (CODA)  slide3
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image_accueilWelcome to the Canadian Organ and Tissue Donors Association website

 

A few interesting statistics...

The Canadian Organ and Tissue Donors Association (CODA) is pleased to be able to use the forum of our website to report on emergency transports carried out since March 1987, when the survival units were created.

CODA’s summary of operational statistics offers an excellent overview of our activities up to December 31 last year, with full information about organ transportation and hospitals served. The detailed presentation of the fleet of 11 survival units clearly demonstrates that CODA’s activities are dynamic and well-established in the communities.

When CODA was created in 1983, our mandate was to promote organ donation in Québec and Canada. Then, in 1987, we added emergency transport, contributing to the survival of hundreds of transplant patients awaiting organs.

At its inception in 1983, ACDO had a mandate to promote organ donation in Quebec and Canada. Then in 1987, it added emergency transport, thus contributing to the survival of hundreds of organ transplant recipients.

To carry out our awareness-raising activities and ensure the ongoing expansion of organ and tissue donation, CODA has enjoyed the support of volunteer police officers from the police services in several regions around Québec and assistance from our corporate partners, including :