I know that a post about a medical printable isn’t the most exciting topic under the sun, but trust me, this is a huge time saver for anyone who has: a chronic medical condition, to care for the elderly, or a one-time accident (broken limb, etc).

I know that a post about a medical printable isn't the most exciting topic under the sun, but trust me, this is a huge time saver for anyone who has: a chronic medical condition, to care for the elderly, or a one-time accident (broken limb, etc).

 

 

As a cancer survivor, I have a team of many doctors with different specialties in four different hospital systems and locations.  The fun doesn’t end when treatment is over, this is my life for the rest of… my life.  Whether it’s cancer, another serious health issue, or just plain ole getting older, medical tests and labwork is usually an epic adventure.  Paperwork, needles, scans, waiting, more paperwork.  Not to mention that all of your other doctors want and need to be kept up to date with your results.  Keeping track of labs and tests and bloodwork and which doctor needs to see what result will make even the most organized person’s mind spin.

The solution is simple.  Plain and simple.

 

 

I created this FREE printable for you to use for reference.  I used this exact form when I have my trips to the lab, and it makes my life so much easier.  Please note that policies and HIPPA laws may change.  The goal would be to hand over a completed form to the lab, but if they do not accept it, you will at least have all of your other doctor’s contact information in one place to transfer over to their paperwork.

Click HERE to open a new page for the link to the pdf printable.

 

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I know that a post about a medical printable isn't the most exciting topic under the sun, but trust me, this is a huge time saver for anyone who has: a chronic medical condition, to care for the elderly, or a one-time accident (broken limb, etc).

 

Love, hugs, and making the painful a little less painful.

 
 
 
 
 
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