An Advance Directive for Health Care is used to communicate your healthcare decisions if you become unable to express those wishes directly. Communicating your preferences about end-of-life treatment will save your family the heartache of having to make decisions for you without knowing your wishes. Your family will feel reassured knowing that they are honoring your wishes.
A chaplain is available to answer your questions or to assist you in completing an Advance Directive for healthcare.
This document includes:
- A Living Will
- Health Care Proxy
- Directions about your future medical care, including life support options and organ donation preferences
Forms can be obtained through the Pastoral Care office or by clicking here.