No charge shall be made for the furnishing of information concerning the existence of a declaration, the disclosure of its contents, or the providing of a copy or facsimile thereof. This Subparagraph shall not be construed to require such appointment in order that a declaration can be made under this Section.
If there is a medical emergency and there is no one available who can consent to care, the doctors can take care of you without getting consent. (2) For a resident of a state-supervised extended family living program, or a recipient of service from a state-operated supported living or supervised independent living program, or personal care attendant program for the mentally retarded or developmentally disabled, the office for citizens with developmental disabilities administrator or manager with administrative authority over the extended family living program, supported living or supervised independent living program, or personal care attendant program for the region where the home is located or the program is being provided. (7) "Do-not-resuscitate identification bracelet" means a standardized bracelet as described in R. (9) "Life-sustaining procedure" means any medical procedure or intervention which, within reasonable medical judgment, would serve only to prolong the dying process for a person diagnosed as having a terminal and irreversible condition, including such procedures as the invasive administration of nutrition and hydration and the administration of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. In addition, the attending physician or health care facility may directly contact the registry to determine the existence of any such declaration. D.(1) A certified emergency medical technician or a certified first responder shall not be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability for withholding life-sustaining procedures from a qualified patient who is wearing a do-not-resuscitate identification bracelet. This is called implied consent because the law assumes you would want to be treated. 99.53(a) and (b) to consent to surgical or medical treatment or procedures for others as provided therein are also authorized and empowered, for and on behalf of such others, and without court approval, to enter into binding medical arbitration agreements. (3) For a resident of a nonstate-operated residential facility, community, or group home for the mentally retarded, the chief executive officer of the provider organization which administers or operates the facility or home. A copy of the signed written consent form and of the physician's written recommendation shall be placed in the resident's permanent record. Nothing contained in this Section shall be construed to authorize consent to surgical or medical treatment for a resident if the parent, family member, or guardian of the resident has been contacted and has refused to consent to medical treatment for the resident. Consent to surgical or medical treatment for residents will be implied where an emergency, as defined in R. A "life-sustaining procedure" shall not include any measure deemed necessary to provide comfort care. (3) Any attending physician who is so notified, or who determines directly or is advised by the health care facility that a declaration is registered shall promptly make the declaration or a copy of the declaration, if written, or a notation of the existence of a registered declaration, a part of the declaran` medical record. (2) A certified emergency medical technician or a certified first responder shall not be subject to criminal prosecution or civil liability for administering life-sustaining procedures to a qualified patient who is not wearing the do-not-resuscitate identification bracelet. If you are a minor, the doctor is not required to tell your parents or guardian about your care, but may tell them if this is in your best interest, even if you do not want them told. For the purposes hereof, an emergency is defined as a situation wherein: (1) in competent medical judgment, the proposed surgical or medical treatment or procedures are reasonably necessary; and (2) a person authorized to consent under Section 1299.53 is not readily available, and any delay in treatment could reasonably be expected to jeopardize the life or health of the person affected, or could reasonably result in disfigurement or impair faculties. For purposes of this Section, an emergency is also defined as a situation wherein: (1) a person transported to a hospital from a licensed health care facility is not in a condition to give consent; (2) a person authorized to give consent under 1299.53 is not readily available; and (3) any delay would be injurious to the health and well being of such person. (14) "Terminal and irreversible condition" means a continual profound comatose state with no reasonable chance of recovery or a condition caused by injury, disease, or illness which, within reasonable medical judgment, would produce death and for which the application of life-sustaining procedures would serve only to postpone the moment of death. I understand the full import of this declaration and I am emotionally and mentally competent to make this declaration. If your parents disagree with you about your care, their decision is final. (15) "Witness" means a competent adult who is not related to the declarant or qualified patient, whichever is applicable, by blood or marriage and who would not be entitled to any portion of the estate of the person from whom life-sustaining procedures are to be withheld or withdrawn upon his decease. Signed ____________________ City, Parish and State of Residence ____________________ The declarant has been personally known to me and I believe him or her to be of sound mind. Any attending physician who has been notified of the existence of a declaration made under this Part or at the request of the proper person as provided in R. Additional form of military advance medical directive; application of this Chapter A. 1044(c), regardless of form, substance, formality, or recording.
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101(a)(4), the reserve components of the armed forces of the United States as defined by 10 U. It is suggested for use by any person authorized to receive legal assistance from the military service in accordance with federal or state law, who by these presents represents and warrants that he is so eligible. 1044(c), a military advance medical directive is exempt from any requirement of form, substance, formality, or recording that may be required under the laws of Louisiana or any other state.
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This consent shall be valid and binding as if the minor had achieved her majority, and it shall not be subject to a later disaffirmance by reason of her minority. The consent of a spouse, parent, guardian, or any other person standing in a fiduciary capacity to the minor shall not be necessary in order to authorize such hospital care or services or medical or surgical care or services, or administration of drugs to be provided by a physician licensed to practice medicine to such a minor. Upon the advice and direction of a treating physician, or, in the case of a medical staff, any one of them, a physician or member of a medical staff may, but shall not be obligated to, inform the spouse, parent or guardian of any such minor as to the treatment given or needed, and such information may be given to, or withheld from the spouse, parent or guardian without the consent and over the express objection of the minor. No hospital and no physician licensed to practice medicine in this state shall incur civil or criminal liability in connection with any examination, diagnosis and treatment authorized by this section except for negligence. Consent to the provision of medical or surgical care or services by a hospital or public clinic, or to the performance of medical or surgical care or services by a physician, licensed to practice medicine in this state, when executed by a minor who is or believes himself to be addicted to a narcotic or other drug, shall be valid and binding as if the minor had achieved his majority. 99.58, the provisions of this Part shall not apply to the care and treatment of the mentally ill, which subject shall continue to be governed by existing law independently of the terms and provisions of this Part. (b) The secretary of state shall issue a do-not-resuscitate identification bracelet to qualified patients listed in the registry. (b) Such revocation by any method enumerated in this Section shall become effective upon communication to the attending physician.
Any such consent shall not be subject to a later disaffirmance by reason of his minority. The consent of a spouse, parent, guardian or any other person standing in a fiduciary capacity to the minor shall not be necessary in order to authorize such hospital care or services or medical or surgical care or services to be provided by a physician licensed to practice medicine to such a minor. Upon the advice and direction of a treating physician, or, in the case of a medical staff, any one of them, a physician or member of a medical staff may, but shall not be obligated to, inform the spouse, parent or guardian of any such minor as to the treatment given or needed, and such information may be given to, or withheld from the spouse, parent or guardian without the consent and over the express objection of the minor. No hospital and no physician licensed to practice medicine in this state shall incur civil or criminal liability in connection with any examination, diagnosis and treatment authorized by this section except for negligence. The do-not-resuscitate identification bracelet must include the patient's name, date of birth, and the phrase "DO NOT RESUSCITATE". (c) The attending physician shall record in the patient's medical records the time and date when notification of the revocation was received. A declaration registered with the secretary of state's office may be revoked by the filing of a written notice of revocation in that office.
Physicians and other health care providers must respect your privacy and cannot talk to others about your care without your permission, unless you are unable to consent or they are required to make a legal report of your condition. (1) The legislature finds that all persons have the fundamental right to control the decisions relating to their own medical ca` including the decision to have life-sustaining procedures withheld or withdrawn in instances where such persons are diagnosed as having a terminal and irreversible condition. (3) No policy shall be legally impaired or invalidated by the withholding or withdrawal of life-sustaining procedures from an insured, qualified patient, notwithstanding any term of the policy to the contrary.