Merged idea

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Faculty medical information Merged

In addition to students, our nurse helps faculty with medical conditions.  It would be nice to be able to record faculty medical visits in the same way as student medical information.

  • Shae Lowery
  • May 19 2017
  • Under consideration
  • Jennifer Highsmith commented
    25 Jul, 2018 03:22pm

    We are very interested in this as well! It makes sense to hold all medical information in one place!

  • Austin Ewachiw commented
    30 May, 2018 05:55pm

    I would think this is a no-brainer.  

  • Guest commented
    7 Nov, 2017 04:55pm

    We would appreciate being able to have faculty/staff have their emergency medical information confidentially collected.

  • Rebecca Greer commented
    7 Nov, 2017 03:23pm

    We NEED this information in a central place. During an emergency, people don't need to be scrambling through paper files!

  • Pam Haney commented
    7 Nov, 2017 03:12pm

    We recently had a faculty member experience a medical emergency at school. Having this information available easily would have been helpful!

  • Nancy Kierstead commented
    21 Sep, 2017 02:27pm

    This would be incredibly helpful.  It would be great if we could collect information via the Medical School Form as well.

  • Guest commented
    17 Aug, 2017 01:01pm

    This is a great idea. I would love to track things like staff allergies.

  • Brian Farrell commented
    16 Aug, 2017 09:47pm

    We already collect this data for our employees, and it would be ideal to have it in the same place and format as we have for students.


  • Betsy Sidebottom commented
    7 Aug, 2017 04:39pm

    Our nurse practitioner treats students AND Faculty/Staff.  It would be great if she could do this through OnRecord the same way she carts for students.  Plus we could assign medical forms to staff to retrieve their medical conditions, allergies, etc.  

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