Health Care Proxy
Take control over who makes your health care decisions when you can't

LEARN  |  PLAN  |  PROTECT

LEARN how to protect your health care choices. Then, create a PLAN through a health care proxy and share your decisions with family and friends in your Gentreo Digital Vault.

PROTECT your choices, your life and your family.

 

LEARN  |  PLAN  |  PROTECT

LEARN how to protect your health care choices. Then, create a PLAN through a health care proxy and share your decisions with family and friends in your Gentreo Digital Vault.

PROTECT your choices, your life and your family.

What happens when you can't speak for yourself?

We never know when an emergency is going to happen. Do you know who will make your health care decisions when you can't make decisions for yourself? With a health care proxy in place, you get to decide.

Fast and Easy

Gentreo makes creating a power of attorney quick and easy so you know who's making your financial decisions when you can't. Gentreo's simple tools let you create the documents you need to protect your choices and share your wishes and important documents with your friends and family. 

Securely Store and Share

Once you've completed your form, make sure that your loved ones know where your executed document is and how to access it through your Gentreo Digital Vault.

Find out more about health care proxies or powers of attorney for health care

What is a health care proxy?
A health care proxy is a legal document that allows you to name someone you trust to make health care decisions for you if you become unable to make or communicate those decisions.  The person you chose is called your health care agent.

A health care proxy is also known as:

  • Medical Power of Attorney

  • Power of Attorney Medical

  • Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care

  • Advance Health Care Directive

 
Who needs a health care proxy?
Everyone 18 or older, especially those persons who have been diagnosed with a serious health condition.
 
Why do you need a health care proxy?
You need a health care proxy so that the most intimate decisions involving your health are decided by someone you trust, in the event that you cannot make and/or communicate your wishes. 
 
Does each state have a different health care proxy form?
Yes, each state has a different form with a different set of requirements.  However, the basic principle is the same for all states.

 

Once the form is completed, what are the next steps?

  1. Print out your completed health care proxy and follow the include instructions for your state.

  2. Once your health care proxy has been witnessed or notarized (depending on the requirements of your state), scan in the document and store your completed form digitally in your Gentreo Digital Vault.

  3. Invite your family and/or friends to join your team so they have access to a copy of your completed health care proxy in the event of an emergency.

  4. Distribute copies to your doctor/medical providers and health care agent.

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