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Advance Directives

Advance Care Planning Choices: Make them yours, and make them known.

An advance directive gives your family direction on what medical care you want or don't want if you can't communicate. An advance directive gives you the chance to write out your wishes. The time to think about and communicate your advance care planning wishes is while you and your loved ones are able to discuss your choices – in the comfort of a living room rather than the stress of a hospital.

Hear more below from Ellen Willard, M.D., medical director of FirstHealth Hospice and Palliative Care and Patricia Neibauer, J.D. of Robins, May & Rich, LLP on completing the advance directive documents.

Download both documents at the links below. Discuss your decisions with your loved-ones, then complete both documents. Bring completed documents to our drive thru event on April 16 to have them notarized and placed in your medical record.

Healthcare Power of Attorney - Click here to download

Living Will - Click here to download

 

Event Information:

Friday, April 16
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
FirstHealth Hospice & Palliative Care
251 Campground Road
West End, NC

*There is no cost for notary services at this event.

Questions? Call (910) 715-6000.

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