What Working Adults Don't Know
In the event of a medical emergency, if there is no designated agent with health care power of attorney, state laws may recognize a “surrogate” to make decisions based on a relational hierarchy.
Working adults often travel great distances away from home for their jobs - to different counties, states, even countries.
Being prepared for a medical emergency makes sense.
In an emergency care situation in which doctors need to engage families in health care decisions, without advance medical directives or health care power of attorney, health care providers will reach out to multiple family members in sequence of relationship: a spouse, a parent, a sibling, an adult dependent.
In a time when clarity and timeliness of health decision-making matter most, the situation can become complicated when multiple parties become involved.
Get The AMD Card and ensure clarity of whom you want by your side helping doctors make the best decision for your care.
Who Should Get the AMD Card?
Everyone over the age of 18!
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The Complete Portable Solution.
The wallet-sized, notarized,
identification card that gives
legal permission for doctors
to call designated family and
friends during an emergency
Electronic PDF versions of
all long-form, notarized,
legal documents (health
care power of attorney, and
advance medical directives)
that can be stored and shared
24/7 access to our HIPAA
compliant database to
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College Age and Career Starters Age: 18-26
Our Advance Medical Directives and Health Care Power of Attorney are: