Advance Care Planning Day 2023 – FNHA

Planning and Preparing for Health Care Choices When We Can’t Make Them​​​

Have You Named a Substitute Decision Maker to Make the Choices You’d Want?

A message from Dr. Kelsey Louie, Acting Deputy Chief Medical Officer, FNHA Office of the Chief Medical Officer & Sue Bartnik, Nursing Practice Consultant, Palliative Care & Serious Illness Team, FNHA Office of the Chief Nursing Officer

Advance Care Planning Day, taking place April 16, is intended to raise awareness of the importance of preparing for our future health care at any stage of our lives.

Planning for different stages of our lives is always useful, including in the areas of health care, finances, and education. And while some may feel uncomfortable about planning for future health care (i.e., Advance Care Planning) or for after death (i.e., wills/estate/funeral planning), it is important to consider doing both.

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