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Download this Texas Advance Directive form, also known as Directive to Physicians and Family or Surrogates, in order to make your wishes about what life sustaining treatment if any known to your medical professionals and family.  This directive goes into effect in the event you become incapacitated and unable to communicate your desires for treatment.


Under Texas law, “Advance directive” means: (A) a directive, as that term is defined by Section 166.031;
(B) an out-of-hospital DNR order, as that term is defined by Section 166.081; or
(C) a medical power of attorney under Subchapter D.  TX HEALTH & S § 166.002