Medical Form BSA

Some of you might be familiar with Medical Form BSA and some others might not. Let’s take this illustration to make it easy. Imagine your boy joins Cub Scout and then, you attend the local “round up”. After that, you expect that you will fill out one application for him. But you are there handed 2 copies of the medical form. When you say that you have only one son joining the scout, the leader then says that you must fill in the one as well.

Then, it is related to BSA medical form. You also have once experienced that in your 2nd year of school you need to fill in another medical form while you had filled in last year. And for children who want to join a volunteer scout, the parents need to have the medical form as well. So, the reason is just simple. If there is an accident or let’s say the medical emergency, of course we want medical care service or provider have the accurate and current medical information.

Medical Form BSA

Medical Form Bsa

Medical Form Bsa

BSA Medical Consent Form

BSA Medical Consent Form

BSA Medical Treatment Authorization Form

BSA Medical Treatment Authorization Form

BSA Medical Claim Form

BSA Medical Claim Form

BSA Annual Medical Record Form

BSA Annual Medical Record Form

For example, in Medical Form BSA, you need to mention the illness, disorder or allergy or your son. Wait, but what does BSA stand for? The BSA medical term stands for Body Surface Area. And the BSA form will know about that. If your son is allergic to the penicillin, you need to mention it in the form. When you as parents are not with him, of course the doctor or the nurse need to have some ways of knowing whether the son is given or not given the penicillin.

In short, this kind of medical form serves and provides information related to your health record and medication history. All information about your illness, drugs, dosage and many more should be mentioned so that the doctor or nurse can decide which treatment should be given to you. About the BSA medical form itself, it has three parts which are A, B, C.

The Parts of Medical Form BSA

  1. The participants who join any kinds of scouting events should complete the parts A and B every year. They include health history, guardian/parental that is informed consent and release the agreement, also the talent release treatments.
  2. The participants who join scouting which exceeds about 72 consecutive hours need to have the medical exams to have the Part C completed as well as signed. It is only for the camps which last for more than 72 hours. And it is only for Cub Scout also Webelos Resident Camp.

If your children usually join this kind of event, you need to make sure their medical form is properly filled. And every year, you need to update the data. To make this kind of activity easy for you, you can click some links provided on the internet and then type the information which is written here into the PDF file format. So, you can save your Medical Form BSA on your computer and it will make the process easy and the file has been saved safely.