Medical Advance Directives

Thursday, November 14, 2013, 11 am - 4 pm
Location: Room 1st Floor Table

Do you know who will make medical decisions for you if you become incapacitated? Wouldn't you want it to be your partner, or the loved one of your choosing? Without a medical advance directive, medical decisions may be made by your parents, your siblings, even your uncles and cousins, or decided by the court. If you have a same or opposite sex partner to whom you are not married (or not allowed to marry in Georgia), they may not be allowed to make medical decisions or be entitled to see you if you are hospitalized. Medical advance directives are a simple and free way to avoid this issue.

Please stop by the table, and we will help you fill out your free form. 

Contact : Kelley Napier - OUTlaw Treasurer


Category : Students

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