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Throughout our lifetime, we plan for many things. But many of us never think about our end-of-life wishes, much less have a conversation about it.

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Begin the conversation of a lifetime today and document your wishes. Don’t wait!

A life well-lived can also be a life well-ended, especially when personal end-of-life wishes are combined with a plan that documents them. Making decisions ahead of time and putting them in writing can bring peace of mind to patients and their loved ones. This important practice helps avoid the often difficult situation when a patient is ill and loved ones are left to guess what the plan should be.

Under state laws, every adult has the right to make decisions about medical care even if a patient is unable to communicate after becoming ill or injured. These laws allow for patient rights and personal wishes to be respected, even if patients are too sick to make decisions for themselves.

Advance directives empower patients by documenting their end-of-life wishes. Two advance directive forms are provided here. If you have questions about which is best for you, please let us know and we will be happy to assist you. You are not required to have an advance directive, but if you do, be sure that your doctor, family and friends know where it is located.

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