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March-April 2024 Newsletter

The March/April edition of the bi-monthly PSCA Newsletter is attached below.

2024 Convention and Annual Meeting

Host and Northampton County Coroner Zac Lysek is excited to announce the […]

Important Dates for 2024

These are the important dates for meetings, events, trainings and other functions […]


This is the online portal of the Pennsylvania State Coroners Association, representing the 67 coroners and medical examiners in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

PSCA Members

This website offers beneficial resources for Pennsylvania’s coroners, medical examiners, and their deputies and professional staff.

You’ll find our members-only content under the Members Only link at the top. If you do not have access to the website, you may apply through your coroner or medical examiner.

There’s a new, orderly Education portal where you can view upcoming courses and important notices. There is a link for instructions to submit your continuing education hours to the Coroners Education Board.

All of this can be accessed from the Members Only link. You’ll need to log in (or register for an account) to view these pages.

To the right of most member pages, you’ll see a section labeled PSCA Account. This shows only on most members-only pages: it is a quick way to log in to your account without losing your place! When logged in, you’ll see your user photo and links to manage your account.

If you need any assistance with your account or with finding a resource, visit the Contact Us section and send the Webmaster a note.

Residents and Visitors

If you’re a resident of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, we hope that you’ll find the new website well organized and useful. If you’re seeking information about your local coroner, use the Coroners and Medical Examiners link from the top menu. You can view all of Pennsylvania’s coroners and medical examiners or drill down to your own county.

If you need assistance, visit the Contact Us link at the top. From there, you can contact the Association officers or report a technical concern to the webmaster.