§ 23-4.10-7. Immunities.
(a) In the absence of actual notice of the revocation of a durable power of attorney, the following, while acting in accordance with the requirements of this chapter, are not subject to civil or criminal liability or charges of unprofessional conduct:
(1) A physician who acts pursuant to the terms of a durable power of attorney or at the direction of the agent so designated by a durable power of attorney.
(2) A person who acts under the direction or with the authorization of a physician.
(3) The health-care provider owning or operating the facility in which the terms of durable power of attorney are implemented.
(4) Emergency medical services personnel who act pursuant to an advanced directive protocol.
(5) Emergency medical services personnel who proceed to provide life-sustaining treatment to a patient pursuant to a revocation communicated to them.
(6) An agent acting in accordance with a valid durable power of attorney.
(b) A physician is not subject to civil or criminal liability for actions under this chapter which are in accordance with reasonable medical standards.
(P.L. 1992, ch. 443, § 2; P.L. 1993, ch. 72, § 1; P.L. 1993, ch. 422, § 5; P.L. 1994, ch. 14, § 5.)