Advance Directives Physicians at Lanier Supportive Medicine

If you are ever unable to make your own healthcare choices or communicate your wishes, other people will have to make choices for you. Advance Directives are a way to let your family, friends, and healthcare providers know, in advance, of your wishes to receive, or not receive medical care and treatment. Your Advance Directives must be in writing and signed by two witnesses. A notary is not needed. At your visit, we will discuss your goals and wishes within the context of your current medical illness and assist in completion of an Advance Directive if you do not have one or want to change your previous decisions.
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