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What Should I Do With My Advance Directive If I Choose To Have One?

A: Make sure that someone such as your doctor, lawyer or family member knows that you have an advance directive and where it is located. Consider the following:

  • If you have designated a healthcare surrogate, give a copy, or the original of the written designation form to the person.
  • Give a copy of the advance directive to your doctor for your medical file.
  • Keep a copy of your advance directive in a place where it can be found easily.
  • Keep a card or note in your purse or wallet which states that you have an advance directive and where it is located.
  • If you change your advance directive, make sure that your doctor, lawyer and/or a family member has the latest copy.
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