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Meet fun and exciting men and women singles who share your personal interests, and lifestyle preferences by utilizing our state of the art dating features, search, and communication tools.South Carolina Personals is the premier dating site online, and your official gateway site to the Friends Worldwide Dating Network, the most unique and effective dating network in the world.Being an adult and living with adult responsibilities is hard.Wouldn't it be nice to just be a baby again and have every need taken care of by someone else?A patient's inability to consent must be certified by two licensed physicians, each of whom has examined the patient. (A) Where a patient is unable to consent, decisions concerning his health care may be made by the following persons in the following order of priority: (1) a guardian appointed by the court pursuant to Article 5, Part 3 of the South Carolina Probate Code, if the decision is within the scope of the guardianship; (2) an attorney-in-fact appointed by the patient in a durable power of attorney executed pursuant to Section 62-5-501, if the decision is within the scope of his authority; (3) a person given priority to make health care decisions for the patient by another statutory provision; (4) a spouse of the patient unless the spouse and the patient are separated pursuant to one of the following: (a) entry of a pendente lite order in a divorce or separate maintenance action; (b) formal signing of a written property or marital settlement agreement; or (c) entry of a permanent order of separate maintenance and support or of a permanent order approving a property or marital settlement agreement between the parties; (5) an adult child of the patient, or if the patient has more than one adult child, a majority of the adult children who are reasonably available for consultation; (6) a parent of the patient; (7) an adult sibling of the patient, or if the patient has more than one adult sibling, a majority of the adult siblings who are reasonably available for consultation; (8) a grandparent of the patient, or if the patient has more than one grandparent, a majority of the grandparents who are reasonably available for consultation; (9) any other adult relative by blood or marriage who reasonably is believed by the health care professional to have a close personal relationship with the patient, or if the patient has more than one other adult relative, a majority of those other adult relatives who are reasonably available for consultation.

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(B) This chapter does not authorize the provision of health care to a patient who is unable to consent if the attending physician or other health care professional responsible for the care of the patient has actual knowledge that the health care is contrary to the patient's unambiguous and uncontradicted instructions expressed at a time when the patient was able to consent. Person who makes health care decision for another not subject to civil or criminal liability, nor liable for costs of care; health care provider not subject to civil or criminal liability.

(7) "Treatment" means the broad range of emergency, outpatient, intermediate, and inpatient services and care that may be extended to a patient to diagnose and treat a human disease, ailment, defect, abnormality, or complaint, whether of physical or mental origin.

Treatment includes, but is not limited to, psychiatric, psychological, substance abuse, and counseling services.

(8) "Unable to consent" means unable to appreciate the nature and implications of the patient's condition and proposed health care, to make a reasoned decision concerning the proposed health care, or to communicate that decision in an unambiguous manner.

This term does not apply to minors, and this chapter does not affect the delivery of health care to minors unless they are married or have been determined judicially to be emancipated. Persons who may make health care decisions for patient who is unable to consent; order of priority; exceptions.

(B) This chapter does not authorize the provision of health care to a patient who is unable to consent if the attending physician or other health care professional responsible for the care of the patient has actual knowledge that the health care is contrary to the patient's unambiguous and uncontradicted instructions expressed at a time when the patient was able to consent. Person who makes health care decision for another not subject to civil or criminal liability, nor liable for costs of care; health care provider not subject to civil or criminal liability.

(7) "Treatment" means the broad range of emergency, outpatient, intermediate, and inpatient services and care that may be extended to a patient to diagnose and treat a human disease, ailment, defect, abnormality, or complaint, whether of physical or mental origin.

Treatment includes, but is not limited to, psychiatric, psychological, substance abuse, and counseling services.

(8) "Unable to consent" means unable to appreciate the nature and implications of the patient's condition and proposed health care, to make a reasoned decision concerning the proposed health care, or to communicate that decision in an unambiguous manner.

This term does not apply to minors, and this chapter does not affect the delivery of health care to minors unless they are married or have been determined judicially to be emancipated. Persons who may make health care decisions for patient who is unable to consent; order of priority; exceptions.

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