Florida Health Care Power of Attorney Form

This Florida Health Care Power of Attorney Form can be used to appoint someone else to make medical decisions on your behalf in the event that you are unable to make the decisions for yourself. In Florida the power of attorney is called a Health Care Surrogate Designation. It is your responsibility to accurate complete the Florida Health Care Power of Attorney Form and ensure that it is witnessed or notarized if required by state law.

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The Florida Health Care Power of Attorney is available in Microsoft Word and PDF. The PDF can be converted to a fillable form using Microsoft Word, Adobe, or any other document conversion software.

Florida Health Care Power of Attorney Form Microsoft Word

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