Advance directives are written or verbal instructions made by you before an incapacitating illness or injury. It communicates your wishes about treatment to be followed if you are too sick or unable to make decisions about your care. Examples of advance directives are a healthcare proxy, a do not resuscitate (DNR) order and a living will. You do not need a lawyer to complete Advance Directives.
At Brookhaven, there will be no discrimination in regard to the provision of care based on whether or not you have executed an advance directive. At the time of admission, you or your designated healthcare proxy will be given written information concerning your rights to formulate an advance directive, and you will also be informed regarding the availability of an informational video, "Who Will Speak For You?" At this time, you will be asked to sign a form, which indicates whether or not you have previously executed an advance directive. If you have any questions or concerns, please consult your nurse.
May 21, 2018
BMHMC Celebrates EMS Week!
Thank you for all you do!
May 09, 2018
National Nurses Week 2018
May 6th - May 12th
May 02, 2018
BMHMC Congratulates Tom Cullen
BMHMC is proud to congratulate Board of Director, Tom Cullen on receiving the United Hospital Fund Tribute to Hospital and Health Care Trustees.
April 25, 2018
Ribbon Cutting of the New Walter & RoseMarie Ladick Lobby
Yesterday, April 24th BMHMC held the Ribbon Cutting of the new Walter and RoseMarie Ladick lobby