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Author Topic: Permission to Treat Form: in the ER  (Read 990 times)

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Permission to Treat Form: in the ER
« on: September 15, 2011, 01:12:29 PM »
my3guys
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 Posted: Aug 25th, 2010 at 02:35 pm      
Ok, I'm embarassed to admit I did not know this 8 years in...In case of an emergency where your children are in the care of someone else, and you may not be reachable immediately, you should have a permission to treat form for the ER.

Here is a link to a form:

http://www.EmergencyCareForYou.org

Then click on the emergency manual tab.

Timing is everything....the kids are going to spend 2 days with grandparents (the third time in their life!) this weekend in the next state. I'm hoping this isn't an omen that someone will be in the ER. 

« Last Edited by my3guys Aug 25th, 2010 at 02:38 pm »
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2 children with allergies covering milk, eggs, peanuts,treenuts, soy, oas, seasonal allergies

1 child with chronic reflux
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