If you make regular trips to Emergency Room, having an ER directive is very important.
An ER directive is a document created by a doctor for a patient to give to ER personal that states the patients diagnosis as well as what treatment he or she should receive when admitted to the Emergency Room. This document can be written up by your primary care physician or lead physician on your medical team.
Do you make frequent trips to the ER? Do you have close family or friends that you rely on to advocate for you when your too ill to do it yourself? Have you ever heard of an ER directive but didn’t know how or where to get one?
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