The Chief Medical Examiner, the deputy chief medical examiner, or an assistant medical examiner may provide an organ or tissue upon the request of the federally designated organ procurement organization or tissue bank under the following conditions:
(1) The medical examiner has charge of a decedent who may provide a suitable organ or tissue for transplant;
(2) A reasonable, unsuccessful search has been made by the treating physician and the hospital where the patient is located to contact the next of kin;
(3) No objection by the next of kin is known by the medical examiner; and
(4) The organ or tissue for transplant will not interfere with the subsequent course of an investigation or autopsy.