PLEASE NOTE, EFFECTIVE MAY 1ST, 2022, ANY DEATH OCCURRING ON OR AFTER MAY 1ST OF 2022 WILL BE REQUIRED TO BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY THROUGH NCDAVE. THE LAST DAY TO SUBMIT A PAPER DEATH CERTIFICATE WAS APRIL 30, 2022.
FOR INFORMATION ON HOW TO BECOME A REGISTERED USER FOR NCDAVE, PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REGISTRATION INFORMATION.
In response to COVID-19, Vital Records death certificate processing is drop off only.
Death certificates that are dropped off before 12:00pm will be processed and sent to Register of Deed’s office the same day.
Affidavits of Parentage & Home birth processing are currently on hold.
North Carolina General Statutes 130-A require that the local public health authority administer the Vital Records Program under the direction of the health director. The goal of this program is to assure vital records are filed as required by state statutes and are submitted to the North Carolina State Division of Vital Records within the required time period.
The health director appoints deputy registrars to process vital records. The purpose of vital registration is to administer and enforce the General Statutes of North Carolina for Vital Statistics and related laws. The deputy registrar is responsible for the completion, maintenance, and transmittal of the following:
- Birth Certificate / Affidavit of Parentage
- Burial Transit Permits
- Disinterment / Reinterment Permits
- Home Births
- Monthly Vital Statistics Reports
- Notification of Death and Certificates
- State Queries - Birth / Death Certificate
- Supplemental Cause of Death
- Report of Fetal Death
Additional Registration Information
It is the responsibility of the hospital to file birth certificates and funeral directors to file death certificates with local deputy registrars.
Do you need a copy of a birth or death certificate?
Cabarrus Health Alliance does not issue copies of a birth or death certificates.