are several different levels of the Annual Health and Medical Record,
designed to cover any activity a Scout or Scouter might participate
in. Each successive form from the form that covers weekend outings
through the one that covers high adventure trips like backpacking
at Phillmont or canoeing at the Northern Tier builds upon the form
before it in it's detail. Parts A, B, and C are what the Troop needs.
most Troop activities Part A and Part B are to be completed at least
annually by participants in all Scouting events. This health history,
parental/guardian informed consent and release agreement, and talent
release statement are to be completed by the participant and parents/guardians.
C is the physical exam that is required for participants in any event
that exceeds 72 consecutive hours, for all high-adventure base participants,
or when the nature of the activity is strenuous and demanding. Part
C is to be completed and signed by a certified and licensed heath-care
provider—physician (MD or DO), nurse practitioner, or physician assistant.
a minimum the Troop must have a copy of Parts A & B for each Scout
and Scouter. Part C must be completed to attend summer camp.
The Troop would prefer to have a copy of parts A, B, and C for each
Scout and Scouter.
are taken to the doctor for examinations for sports and other activities
as well as regular wellness check-ups. Why not have Part C completed
at the same time?
three parts are fillable pdf's so you can type them up on your computer,
then print and sign them. It really is very easy to complete these
forms and ensures that the Troop leadership has the information they
need to address any medical issue that might arise during a Troop
you have any questions visit the BSA
Annual Health and Medical Record page on the national BSA website
or ask any Troop leader.