Find 18413 coroners, medical examiners, and morgues, including city, county, and state examiners. Coroners and medical examiners provide information on death reports, medical autopsies, forensic pathology, and toxocology records.
Lackawanna County Medical Examiner & Coroner 1302 Madison Avenue Scranton PA 18509 16.1 miles from 18413 570-963-6100
Wayne County Medical Examiner & Coroner 925 Court Street Honesdale PA 18431 18.0 miles from 18413 570-253-4952
Susquehanna County Medical Examiner & Coroner 81 Public Avenue Montrose PA 18801 19.6 miles from 18413 570-278-4600
Wyoming County Medical Examiner & Coroner 73 West Tioga Street Tunkhannock PA 18657 20.2 miles from 18413 570-836-3877
Luzerne County Medical Examiner & Coroner 20 North Pennsylvania Avenue Wilkes-Barre PA 18701 31.7 miles from 18413 570-825-1664
Pike County Medical Examiner & Coroner 405 West Harford Street Milford PA 18337 46.2 miles from 18413 570-296-6811
Tioga County Medical Examiner & Coroner 1062 Route 38 Owego NY 13827 48.6 miles from 18413 607-687-8591
Monroe County Medical Examiner & Coroner 1 Quaker Plaza Stroudsburg PA 18360 50.1 miles from 18413 570-517-3192
Sullivan County Medical Examiner & Coroner PO Box 168 Eagles Mere PA 17731 54.0 miles from 18413 570-525-3564
Carbon County Medical Examiner & Coroner 31 Little Flower Avenue Nesquehoning PA 18240 55.3 miles from 18413 570-669-9898
Generally, a family can make a request that an autopsy not be performed. In some cases, the Coroner or Medical Examiner may be able to accommodate the family. However, an autopsy may be required in other cases based on the circumstances. The Coroner or Medical Examiner has the final decision over whether to perform an autopsy.
Coroners and Medical Examiners are government offices funded by tax dollars. Their typical services do not require a fee from the family of the deceased. In cases where the office provides additional services, such as when a family requests an autopsy that the Medical Examiner has determined is not necessary, a fee will be charged.
In cases of a natural death, where no crime is suspected and there is no public health risk, an autopsy is not usually required.