Medical Release and Authorization
As Parent and/or Guardian of the named child(ren), I hereby authorize the diagnosis and treatment by a qualified and licensed medical professional, of the minor child(ren), in the event of a medical emergency, which in the opinion of the attending medical professional, requires immediate attention to prevent further endangerment of the minor’s life(lives), physical disfigurement, physical impairment, or other undue pain, suffering or discomfort, if delayed.
Permission is hereby granted to the attending physician to proceed with any medical or minor surgical treatment, x-ray examination and immunizations for the named athlete. In the event of an emergency arising out of serious illness, the need for major surgery, or significant accidental injury, I understand that every attempt will be made by the attending physician to contact me in the most expeditious way possible. This authorization is granted only after a reasonable effort has been made to reach me.
Permission is also granted to REACH 907 and its affiliates including Directors and Staff to provide the needed emergency treatment prior to the child’s admission to the medical facility.
Release authorized on the dates and/or duration of the registered season.
This release is authorized and executed of my own free will, with the sole purpose of authorizing medical treatment under emergency circumstances, for the protection of life and limb of the named minor child(ren), in my absence.
During camp, prescription medication will be administered to youth as directed by a physician. REACH 907, RFK, T.R.A.C. will do everything in its power to prevent incorrect medicine from being given. However, the local REACH 907, Royal Family KIDS, INC, T.R.A.C./Teen Reach/DBA T.R.A.C./Teen Reach Adventure Camp, is not liable for incorrect medicine provided to us by the legal guardian, incorrect dosages given, nor is it liable for wrong labeling on medicine bottles. Legal guardians are responsible for checking in the correct medication, bottles and dosages at the time of registration. This is not the time to give medication vacations to your youth.