Healthcare Advance Directives
When a person becomes unable to make decisions due to physical or mental change, such as being in a coma, they are considered incapacitated. To ensure that an incapacitated person’s decisions about health care will be respected, the Michigan has enacted legislation pertaining to health care advanced directives.
An advanced directive is a written or oral statement about how you want medical decisions made should you be able to make them yourself and/or it can express your wish to make an anatomical donation after death. Some persons make advance directives when they are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, while others put their wishes into writing while they are healthy, often as part of their estate planning. Types of advance directives include: 1) A Living will, 2) A health care surrogate designation, and 3) An anatomical donation.
Flint Region ASC, LLC does not honor advance directives, however we would like to be notified should you have one in place. Should you wish to obtain more information about advance directives you may contact any of the following: http://www.aarp.com, http://www.mipeaceofmind.com or (800) 482-4881 (Peace of Mind).
Disclosure of Ownership
Physician Investors include: Dr. Gerald R. Schell, MD
The Flint Region ASC, LLC has 1 owner. Dr. Schell is a Neurosurgeon who has chosen to treat his patients at a facility, where as an owner, he has more input into the quality of care provided to his patients.
I have reviewed the information provided regarding the Patient Bill of Rights and Responsibilities, Advance Directives, and disclosure of Ownership and any questions have been answered to my satisfaction.
I AM AWARE THAT EVEN IF I HAVE AN ADVANCED DIRECTIVE THE POLICY OF THIS FACILITY IS THAT IT CAN NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED.