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I am very happy to provide caring Notary Public Services to all patients within all Dallas Hospitals including, but not limited to the following hospital locations: 

  • Medical City Plano, 3901 W 15th St, Plano, TX 75075

  • Baylor Scott and White Medical Center, 4700 Alliance Blvd, Plano, TX 75093

  • Medical City Dallas Hospital, 7777 Forest Ln, Dallas, TX 75230

  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, 8200 Walnut Hill Ln, Dallas, TX 75231

  • Methodist Hospital Campus for Continuing Care, 401 W Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX 75080

  • Kindred Hospital Dallas Central, 8050 Meadow Rd, Dallas, TX 75231

  • Baylor University Medical Center, 3500 Gaston Ave, Dallas, TX 75246

  • Parkland Hospital, 5200 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, Texas 75235

    • And more!​

I treat all families and patience seeking notarizations within Dallas hospitals with a great deal of care and concern. I understand your need for privacy and I have a good bed side manner when dealing with important documents. Especially, while inside a care facility such as a hospital.

The most popular documents I am requested to notarize for patience include Advanced Health Care Directives, Power of Attorney forms, Financial Power of Attorney Forms, Mental Health Care Power of Attorney Forms, Lein Release Forms, Impounded Care Release Forms, End of Life Care Forms, and more!  No matter what you need, I am here to help! 

Please note: It is important for you to examine the forms you wish to have notarized by the patience and understand the following:


  • The patient must be aware you are sending a Notary to the hospital, what the document is for, and agree with you ahead of booking the service they will be willing to sign the document. No refunds will be issued if the patient is unaware or refuses to sign the document. 

  • All patience signing Notarized documents must be coherent. Notaries are not allowed to proceed with signings if a patient is heavily medicated and/or not currently in sound mind and body. It is best to schedule your appointment when you know the patient is awake and alert. 

  • You must inspect the documents you wish to send to the hospital to be Notarized to see if the document requires additional witnesses other than the Notary Public. Often times we are able to have a nurse sign as a witness, however, it is always suggested, if possible, to use forms that only call for a Notary Public to witness the document. If this is not possible you must confirm the hospital staff will be able to act as a witness.


Please note that Notaries are Not Attorneys and cannot provide legal advice. This includes helping to select which document you may use for your inmate services. However, I have partnered with LawDepot to help you find some of the most popular forms used such as: Power of Attorney

I service all hospitals within The Greater Dallas area during visiting hours. Please make sure to check with your nurses' stations to confirm when visitor Please give at least 2 hours' notice when when possible. If you are unable to meet with me at the hospital to obtain the document your documents. You may provide a shipping label from UPS or Fedex to have the document shipped to you. Please note, we often suggest clients obtain at least two copies of documents if you expect the patient to be admitted for a long time as you may need to present a Power of Attorney in multiple locations that will hold it for a few days, or in case you lose one.



Richard V. White,
Notary Public

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