West Virginia e-Directive Registry
Through the WV Health Information Network (WVHIN) the WV e-Directive Registry is NOW
available for online access by treating health care providers
. CLICK HERE for the most current list of users.
The WV e-Directive Registry provides:
Accurate, relevant information available in a medical crisis
24/7 online access by health care providers through WVHIN
Patients' wishes will be respected throughout the continuum of health care settings
The Registry is voluntary and patients must Opt-In to have their forms included
Health care organizations/agencies must complete the first three documents below
and FAX them to the e-Directive Registry at 304-293-7442 to be granted access.
CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS.
Submitting forms to the e-Directive Registry:
If completed forms are older and do not contain the Opt-In box, they can still be submitted by completing the WV e-Directive Registry Sign-up Form. Advance directives forms can be downloaded from this website under the Public and Health Care Professional tabs and going to Forms.
West Virginians or their health care providers can FAX their forms to the Registry at 304-293-7442, or they can mail a copy of them to: WV Center for End-of-Life Care, P O Box 9022, Morgantown, WV 26506.
If forms are submitted to the Registry and then changed or revoked, please notify the Registry and as appropriate supply current forms to the Registry.
Public and Health Care Provider Registry Information
Release of Information Forms
Video to educate providers and the public about the e-Directive Registry
Produced by the WV Health Care Association Click image to view video
Disclaimer: The West Virginia Center for End-of-Life Care has entered into the WV e-Directive Registry advance directive forms, Do Not Resuscitate cards, and Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment (POST) forms sent to it by the public or health care professionals. The Center does not take responsibility for the completion of the forms or the accuracy of the information in them. The completion and accuracy are the responsibility of the persons completing the form. The failure of the person or person's medical power of attorney representative or surrogate to submit a form to the WV e-Directive Registry does not mean that the person wants or refuses certain treatment.