As a patient or family member of a patient, it's important to have a conversation around advance care directives—a written statement about how your medical treatment should be handled if you're unable to communicate with your doctor.
Who Helps Plan Advance Directives?
Often, advance directives are referred to as living wills. These documents frequently involve discussions and decisions with your family and loved ones who may help carry out your health care wishes.
Hospital Care Planning Services
The UNC Lenoir Health Care Health Information Services Department provides assistance to you and your family to complete advance directives.
Schedule an Appointment
Appointments are available from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 252-522-7170 to schedule your appointment.
Advance Directive Resources
Below are forms that will benefit you and your family in your advance directive (living will) planning.