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Dayton General Hospital

Dayton, Columbia County
Owned by: Public Hospital District No. 1, Columbia and Walla Walla Counties (doing business as Columbia County Health System, CCHS).

Dayton General Hospital does not participate in the Washington Death with Dignity Act.

View Hospital's Death with Dignity Policy

If you want more information about the Death with Dignity Act, contact your physician and End of Life Washington.

Dayton General Hospital's Policies on Death with Dignity

1. Allows doctors and other health care providers to talk with patients about treatment options under the Washington Death with Dignity Act. Yes

While the hospital does not require providers to inform patients of their available options under the Death with Dignity Act, the policy does not prohibit providers from doing so.

2. Ensures that patients who request assistance with Washington's Death with Dignity Act are referred to a supportive organization or provider. No

Making direct referrals to a participating provider is optional, not required.

3. Allows doctors to participate in Death with Dignity in its hospital. No
4. Allows doctors to participate in Death with Dignity in clinics and other facilities it owns or operates. No
5. Allows its pharmacy to fill prescriptions for Death with Dignity medication. No
6. Allows patients to ingest Death with Dignity medication during their hospital stay. No

Patients choosing Death with Dignity will be transferred to another facility of the patient's choice.

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