Advance Directives

You have the right to make all of the final decisions about the healthcare you receive. If you don't want certain treatments, you have the right to refuse them, either orally or in writing. But in some situations, if you're unconscious, badly injured or very ill, you may be unable to express your wishes to the doctor. In case you become unable to express your wishes yourself, you may wish to create a living will or a power of attorney. A living will is a document that instructs doctors not to perform certain types of treatment. A power of attorney names an agent who will make healthcare decisions on your behalf.

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Diabetes Support Group
Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Our free diabetes support group is for individuals, families and care givers. It gives you a chance to connect and share with others. Some of the topics include nutrition, wound care, medications and eye care. The group meets the first Tuesday of the month from noon to 1:00 pm in the conference room at Madison Regional Health System. Sponsored by the MRHS Diabetes Education Program, which is certified by the American Diabetes Association.

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