Greensleeves AHS Wellness Wednesday

Our friend, Prakash Mullick, has created some very useful templates to to with your Greensleeves. These templates will help you fill them out. There will be free copies of the templates sent to all those who join us for this free information session:

Here is the link for the meeting on Wednesday, May 26 at 1 PM:


Think of it as your “Medical Passport”.
The Green sleeve is a plastic pocket that holds important Advance Care Planning documents
and other forms that outline a patient’s goals for health care. It is given to patients cared for
in AHS who have had discussions, or completed documents, that refer to decision-making
about their current or future health care.
The information contained in the Green Sleeve is to give all health care providers, in any
setting, access to a patient’s goals of care and interventional guidelines that have been
discussed with the patient.
Within the Green Sleeve there may be:

  1. Goals of Care Designation Order, when one exists
  2. Advance Care Planning Goals of Care Tracking Record
  3. Personal Directive copy, if one exists
  4. Guardianship Orders, if one is in place for the individual
    It is important that these documents reflect the individual’s most current
    information and serves as one source of truth.
    For more information visit
    Check out the Green Sleeve informational video, plus others, at:
    What else do I need to know?
     The Green Sleeve is your property.
     You should only have one with the most up-to-date documents.
     Take it with you to medical appointments or if you go to the hospital. Don’t forget to bring
    it home!
     When at home keep your Green Sleeve on or near your fridge. If you have to call 9-1-1
    emergency responders will look for it there.

Here is the link for the meeting on Wednesday, May 26 at 1 PM: