Medical Wish Referral
Thank you to all the health care professionals who refer their patients to Make-A-Wish®. By referring a child, you help us get closer to achieving our vision of granting every eligible child's wish.
Both medical providers as well as healthcare team members involved in care can refer a child using our online form.
The purpose of Make-A-Wish is to grant the wish of each child older than 2½ years and under 18 years diagnosed with a critical illness currently placing the child’s life in jeopardy.
Please review our Referral Guidance Sheets (see below listing), which describe the medical conditions that typically qualify a child for a wish. There may be medical conditions not described on these sheets which can be considered on a case-by-case basis to determine if criteria is met for eligibility.
GUIDANCE REGARDING ELIGIBILITY WITHIN SUBSPECIALTY DEPARTMENTS
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GUIDANCE REGARDING SPECIFIC HEALTH CONCERNS AFFECTED BY AIR TRAVEL
The Make-A-Wish Foundation® makes every effort to assist our healthcare partners in remaining compliant with HIPAA guidelines. Prior to making contact with the healthcare team, Make-A-Wish works to ensure the family is aware of the inquiry and has agreed to voluntarily be a part of the referral process. The new online Wish & Volunteer Center helps to further ensure privacy by providing a secure, password protected link for the healthcare team to enter medical information. This password is computer generated and is unique to each referral entered.
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