A North Dakota Medical Power of Attorney form allows you to designate someone to make critical medical decisions when you cannot. This form is part of a larger Health Care Directive that lets you make various decisions about your care.
Definition § 23-06.5-02(5): A “health care directive” is a written document that follows the guidelines of this chapter and contains health care instructions, a health care power of attorney, or both.
Signing Requirements § 23-06.5-05: Two witnesses or a notary public.
Revocation § 23-06.5-07: By notification by the principal to the agent or a health care or long-term care services provider orally, in writing, or by any other act evidencing a specific
intent to revoke the directive; or by execution by the principal of a subsequent health care directive