Sec. 11. (1) One or more of the following health professionals who arrive at a declarant's
location outside of a hospital shall determine if the declarant has 1 or more vital
signs, whether or not the health professional views or has actual notice of an order
that is alleged to have been executed by the declarant or other person authorized
to execute an order on the declarant's behalf:
(a) A paramedic.
(b) An emergency medical technician.
(c) An emergency medical technician specialist.
(d) A physician.
(e) A nurse.
(f) A medical first responder.
(g) A respiratory therapist.
(h) A physician's assistant.
(2) If the health professional determines under subsection (1) that the declarant
has no vital signs, and if the health professional determines that the declarant is
wearing a do-not-resuscitate identification bracelet or has actual notice of a do-not-resuscitate
order for the declarant, subject to section 11a, 1 the health professional shall not attempt to resuscitate the declarant.
(3) If the declarant is a minor child who is enrolled and located at a school, an
individual who determines that the declarant is wearing a do-not-resuscitate identification
bracelet or has actual notice of a do-not-resuscitate order for the declarant shall
not attempt to resuscitate the declarant before a health professional described in
subsection (1) arrives at the declarant's location.
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