predesignate

[pree-dez-ig-neyt]
verb (used with object), predesignated, predesignating.
to designate beforehand.

Origin:
1815–25; pre- + designate

predesignation, noun
predesignatory [pree-dez-ig-nuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee, pree-dez-ig-ney-tuh-ree] , adjective
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If you elect to predesignate a personal physician, that physician must sign the
  form as welL.
It is not possible to publicly predesignate these buildings as they may not be
  deemed safe following a disaster.
Employees must waive the right to predesignate or change to a treating
  physician not participating in the designated health plan.
The guidebook describes the right to predesignate your personal physician in
  case of job injury.
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