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HEALTH & LEGAL RESOURCES

HEALTH & LEGAL RESOURCES

Being prepared for Covid-19 means you’ve got to be prepared to protect your health, and your legal rights.

Many point to health care provider and hospital limitations as the main obstacles to surviving Covid-19 – and they may be right, and the most important thing you can do to avoid serious illness, hospitalization, and even death is boost your immune system before you get sick with Covid-19.

Likewise, protecting your legal rights – including your ability to choose for or against dangerous hospitalizations and hospital treatments means you’ve got to be prepared – legally.

 

Several Alaska Right to Life members and friends have died in hospitals – alone in isolation – because friends and family didn’t know their rights, and hospitals overstepped their authority. 

A friend of Alaska Right to Life contacted us for help in getting a medical power of attorney arranged for a loved one in Covid Isolation at Mat-Su Regional Hospital.  Unfortunately, Mat-Su Regional was unwilling to allow our friends and their loved one access to exercise their legal rights to direct their health care.  Once you are admitted for Covid-19, it’s too late.

If you want to prevent serious illness, hospitalization, and loss of your rights – and even your life in the hospital, the tools and you’ll need are just below.

Being prepared for Covid-19 means you’ve got to be prepared to protect your health, and your legal rights.

Many point to health care provider and hospital limitations as the main obstacles to surviving Covid-19 – and they may be right, and the most important thing you can do to avoid serious illness, hospitalization, and even death is boost your immune system before you get sick with Covid-19.

Likewise, protecting your legal rights – including your ability to choose for or against dangerous hospitalizations and hospital treatments means you’ve got to be prepared – legally.

 

Several Alaska Right to Life members and friends have died in hospitals – alone in isolation – because friends and family didn’t know their rights, and hospitals overstepped their authority. 

A friend of Alaska Right to Life contacted us for help in getting a medical power of attorney arranged for a loved one in Covid Isolation at Mat-Su Regional Hospital.  Unfortunately, Mat-Su Regional was unwilling to allow our friends and their loved one access to exercise their legal rights to direct their health care.  Once you are admitted for Covid-19, it’s too late.

If you want to prevent serious illness, hospitalization, and loss of your rights – and even your life in the hospital, the tools and you’ll need are just below.

LEGAL

HEALTH CARE

LEGAL

HEALTH CARE

Being legally prepared begins with knowing your rights. 

Unfortunately, many of us don’t know what our rights are, and worse, most hospitals don’t know either the limits of their authority or their obligations to patients and families.

Thankfully, being prepared legally is quick, simple, and very inexpensive, or even free.  In a few short minutes you’ll have the legal knowledge and documents you need to:

    1.  Direct your care or the care of a loved one

    2.  Gain immediate access to medical records

    3.  Immediately leave the hospital if you’re not getting the care you want and need

    4.  Understand and protect your rights under the law.

Alaskans have unique health challenges, chief among them is simply our ability to fight off illnesses.  Several reports indicate improving your immunity through simple and cost effective vitamin supplementation is key to successfully fighting off early Covid-19 infections.

Likewise, aggressive early treatments have been shown to be both highly effective and very affordable.

But just like being prepared legally, going into the next Covid-19 wave, or simply staying healthy during Alaska’s long dark winters means you’ve got to get the right resources to stay healthy, fight off infections, and stay out of the hospital.

 

Being legally prepared begins with knowing your rights. 

Unfortunately, many of us don’t know what our rights are, and worse, most hospitals don’t know either the limits of their authority or their obligations to patients and families.

Thankfully, being prepared legally is quick, simple, and very inexpensive, or even free.  In a few short minutes you’ll have the legal knowledge and documents you need to:

    1.  Direct your care or the care of a loved one

    2.  Gain immediate access to medical records

    3.  Immediately leave the hospital if you’re not getting the care you want and need

    4.  Understand and protect your rights under the law.

Alaskans have unique health challenges, chief among them is simply our ability to fight off illnesses.  Several reports indicate improving your immunity through simple and cost effective vitamin supplementation is key to successfully fighting off early Covid-19 infections.

Likewise, aggressive early treatments have been shown to be both highly effective and very affordable.

But just like being prepared legally, going into the next Covid-19 wave, or simply staying healthy during Alaska’s long dark winters means you’ve got to get the right resources to stay healthy, fight off infections, and stay out of the hospital.

 

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