When an expected death occurs at home, in a public place or in a hospital, the first person to call is a doctor or palliative care nurse. They will confirm the death and sign the “medical certificate of cause of death”.
If someone dies in a hospital, the attending doctor will usually sign the “medical certificate of cause of death”.
Once the death has been confirmed, contact us to transfer your loved one from their place of death into our care. Once we have your loved one safe in our care then we can advise you of what the next steps are.
Without rush, we will stand beside you through the steps that need to be taken. With 100 years of experience we will gently carry you through the process of farewelling your loved one.
If a death is unexpected, accidental or from non-natural causes, it must be reported to the coroner. This is normally done by the police, ambulance or hospital authority.
Greg, Talome or Garry at Collier Trenerry can help you with this information. In many cases Collier Trenerry stands in the middle between families and the Coroner or Police, advising and relaying important information. Collier Trenerry has been the preferred Police contractor for over 30 years and has a wealth of experience and knowledge of Coronial cases.