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What are military spouse's rights concerning healthcare?

Monroe Township, NJ |
Filed under: Medical malpractice

If the military clinic on-base insists on delivering my 31 week old fetus-there are no medical problems-and I don't want to, do I have the right to refuse them what they want to do? Legally am I able to say no?

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Yes. A legally competent adult patient can refuse care, even if by doing so the patient is acting against medical advice.

A response to a question posted on Avvo is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. It is informational only. Allan E. Richardson, Esq. arichardson@employmentlaw-nj.com Richardson, Galella & Austermuhl 142 Emerson ST., Woodbury, NJ 08096 856-579-7045.

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Yes.

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Being in a military base, doesn't change your rights to medical care.

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