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					                                                  Girl and Adult Health History Card
                                                (and Medical & Photo/Voice Release)
Instructions
1.   This card, signed by the parent or guardian, is needed prior to a girl participating in Girl Scout activities. This includes troop meetings, day
     trips, weekend camping trips, and one or two night troop trips. Adults are encouraged to provide their own Health History Card in case of
     an emergency.
2.   Parents may wish to make a copy in case daughter participates in Girl Scout program events without her troop.

Name                                                              Phone (          )                      Date of Birth
Address                                                           City                                  State            Zip
Name of Parent or Guardian                                                  Work #                           Other
Family Physician Name                                                                                Telephone
Family Medical/Hospital Insurance Carrier                                                 Policy #                   Group #
Preferred Hospital Name (include city)                                                               Telephone
Date of Last Medical Exam                   Are Immunizations Up To Date?                Date of Last Tetanus Immunization
Current Medications (Identify medication and explain condition being treated)


Please check all that apply:
Since her last health exam        Allergies:                        Chronic or Recurring Illness:          Other Health Conditions:
has your daughter had:                 Animals                          Asthma                                Bed Wetting
    Serious injury requiring           Bee Stings                       Bleeding/Clotting Disorders           Constipation
    medical attention?                 Food                             Diabetes                              Emotional Disturbances
    Treatment in a hospital or         Hay Fever                        Ear Infection                         Fainting
    emergency room?                    Insect Stings                    Heart Defect/Disease                  Hearing Impairment
    Exposure to a contagious           Medicines/Drugs                  Hypertension                          Motion Sickness
    disease?                                                            Musculoskeletal Disorders             Nosebleeds
    Illness lasting more than           Plants                          Seizures                              Special Dietary Regimen
    5 days?                             Pollen                          Other (Specify)                       Wears Glasses or Contact
    Surgical operation or               Other (Specify)                                                       Lenses
    fracture?                                                                                                 Other (Specify)
    Physical activity
    restriction?
Please explain any items that are checked. Indicate any information useful to the adult in charge in relation to any of these health conditions.
Also, indicate any activities to be encouraged or restricted.


Emergency Contact Name (other than parent)
Relationship to Girl                                                                   Telephone
This health history is complete and accurate. I know of no reason(s), other than the information on this form, why my daughter should not
participate in prescribed activities except as noted. I understand that medication needing to be administered to my daughter during a Girl
Scout activity must be given to the adult in charge along with written instructions and permission to administer the scheduled dosage(s).
Medical Release: In the event                                        becomes ill or sustains an injury while in the care of or under the supervision
of Girl Scouts Heart of the South or any of its officers or leaders and it becomes necessary to seek professional medical treatment, I give my
permission to the certified first aider to provide First Aid and/or CPR and to take the appropriate measures including contacting the
emergency medical services system and arranging transportation to                     or the nearest emergency medical facility to receive
treatment by a licensed physician. I understand that every effort will be made to contact me or the person designated by me as my emergency
contact.      Yes         No Initial
Photo/Voice Release : The council has my permission to make and use photographs, videos, and/or audio-tapes of my daughter, or any
words written or spoken by her for the promotion of Girl Scouting.  Yes                     No      Initial
Signature of parent or guardian                                                                 Date
                                           Typing your name here qualifies as a valid signature
                                        Girl Scout Leader/Advisor—Keep cards with first-aid kit.
                                                             www.girlscoutshs.org
       Columbus, MS: 321 7th St. North, Columbus, MS 39701 l mail: P.O. Box 2492, Columbus, MS 39704 l p: 662.328.1930 l f: 662.327.1806
         Corinth, MS: 1901-C S. Harper Rd., Corinth, MS 38834 l mail: P.O. Box 1145, Corinth, MS 38835 l p: 622.287.8321 l f: 662.286.8142
                           Grenada, MS: 2430 Sunset Dr., Ste. D, Grenada, MS 38901 l p: 662.570.6060 l f: 662.226.0258
                            Jackson, TN: 1007 Old Humboldt Rd., Jackson, TN 38305 l p: 731.668.1122 l f: 731.661.0011
Memphis, TN: 717 S. White Station Rd., Ste. 2, Memphis, TN 38137 l mail: P.O. Box 240246, Memphis, TN 38124-0246 l p: 901.767.1440 l f: 901.797.2183
           Tupelo, MS: 1800 W. Main St., Tupelo, MS 38801 l mail: P.O. Box 1087, Tupelo, MS 38802 l p: 662.350.6043 l f: 662.840.1671

				
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