(A) A health care provider or the provider's agent shall provide on the patient information form or by electronic health records, the opportunity for the patient to designate a family member or other individual they choose as a person with whom the provider may discuss the patient's medical condition and treatment plan. (B) The authorization.
Consent to Health Care for Minor Children: Overview of North Carolina Law Jill D. Moore, JD, MPH UNC School of Government May Who may give consent for a minor (a person under the age of 18) to receive medical treatment or other health care? It may seem obvious that the answer would be the minor’s parent, and indeed that is the general rule.
Medical Treatment Authorization Form. This form grants temporary authority to a designated adult to provide and arrange for medical care for a minor in the event of an emergency, where the minor is not accompanied by either parents or legal guardians, and it may not be feasible or practical to contact them. This form should be given to the trip.