Living Wills and Medical Powers of Attorney
- a person you are designating as your agent to make medical decisions for you;
- a person related to you by blood or marriage;
- a person who would inherit something from your estate upon your death;
- a person who has a claim on your estate;
- your attending physician;
- an employee of your attending physician; or
- an employee of the health care facility that you are in at the time if the employee is providing direct patient care to you or if that employee is an officer, director, partner, or business office employee of the health care facility or of any parent organization of the health care facility.
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