Put your wishes in writing - A booklet called "Courage in Conversation" includes all the legal documents required by the State of Ohio, including Living Will and Health Care Power of Attorney forms.
What does HCPA stand for?
HCPA stands for Health Care Power of Attorney (medical decision making)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of HCPA
We have 9 other meanings of HCPA in our Acronym Attic
- hydrated cement paste
- Hydrocephalus (neurology)
- Hypervelocity Countermeasures Program
- Hypnotize Camp Posse (band)
- Hypothermal Coal Process
- Heme Carrier Protein 1
- Hamilton County Police Association (Ohio)
- Handicapped Children's Parents Association (est. 1987)
- Hate Crimes Prevention Act
- Hawaiian Cultural Preservation Association (Hawaii)
- Health Care Practice Area
- Hobby Center for the Performing Arts (Houston, TX)
- Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre (Portuguese: Clinical Hospital of Porto Alegre; Porto Alegre, Brazil)
- Houston Climate Protection Alliance (Texas)
- Habitat Conservation Plan Advisory Committee (Florida)
- Health Care Professional Advisory Committee (American Medical Association)
- Henry County Performing Arts Center (McDonough, GA)
- House of Commons Public Accounts Committee (UK)
- Hudson County Public Art Commission (New Jersey)
- Health Care Products Association of Manitoba (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The wills clinic provided the participants with a simple will with a personal property memorandum, a living will or declaration for a desire of natural death, and a health care power of attorney.
If someone already has a health care power of attorney, it can be attached to Part B of the advance directive, as long as the two are consistent," he said.
Sitarz provides instructions for completing standard and customized forms for a living will, health care power of attorney, and durable power of attorney; related forms (e.
When packing, include a copy of important papers such as a living will and health care power of attorney.
Your health care power of attorney may or may not be the person with the power to disburse your assets if you are incapacitated, but that person should have his or her name on a joint checking account in case bills need to be paid.
South Carolina recognizes The South Carolina Health Care Power of Attorney and the Declaration of a Desire for a Natural Death.
As a minimum, we recommend that each adult have a general power of attorney, a medical health care power of attorney, a living will and a last will and testament.