Florida Medical Power of Attorney Form (Designation of Healthcare Surrogate)

The Florida Medical Power of Attorney (Designation of Health Care Surrogate) Form may be brought about by any individual who wishes to have the peace of mind that their health care choices will be respected even if one day they are unable to communicate them due to a serious medical condition. It is recommended that anyone who is considering enacting a Medical Power of Attorney should do so sooner than later, as all states require for it to be drafted and executed before such circumstances transpire.

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Health Care Advance Directives

Signing Requirements (§ 765.202) – The Principal must sign a Florida Medical Power of Attorney (Designation of Health Care Surrogate) in the presence of two (2) witnesses.