You can use a durable power of attorney for health care to name someone (your health care agent) to oversee your health care wishes and make any necessary medical decisions for you. You can give your health care agent as much or as little power as feels comfortable to you. Most people give their health care agent comprehensive power to supervise their care.
Recognizing this, the power of attorney permitted by most states (including Michigan) give your agent the authority to make all health care decisions for you unless you specifically place limits on that authority in the document.
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