Medical Section of Life Binder

Today’s life binder post will be on keeping your family’s medical records together and organized. I have 3 free printables that will help you do that.

The first is the Medical history printable. Print one copy for each family member (or create your own) & place it in your binder. This printable helps keep track of each family members medical conditions, medical history as well as name and contact information for doctors. My version is geared towards Canadians (since I am one) so there is a section for medicare number, if you do not have a medicare number where you live you may just ignore that section. 

The second printable is the prescription information printable where you can keep track of your medications, the dosage, the number of refills you have remaining as well as any side effects.

The third and final printable in this set is the Doctor’s appointment tracker which allows you to keep track of why you go to the doctor, what the outcome is and what prescriptions/referrals/recommendations were made based on that visit. This is very useful in determining any sort of health patterns.

What other medical information do you keep or do you keep any at all?

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24 thoughts on “Medical Section of Life Binder

  1. robin masshole mommy says:

    That is actually a really smart idea. My kids pediatrician is online, so I can get their info anytime, but I don’t have access to mine.

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  2. lovelysilvia says:

    I love that you provided the printables! This is a really good idea! My mom would hold all of our things together in a binder and I need to keep all my information together better because right now it’s in a drawer.

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  3. terristeffes says:

    I am still within my ten year frame for breast cancer, so I keep a ton of data and information. I like the organizational tools you are suggesting, though. I am all about a good printable.

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  4. Jennifer Marx (JenuineMom) says:

    I kept a medical binder many years ago, when I was in high school. Going back to this is a great idea. So many records could be kept there and I’d have them for years instead of months before they got lost!

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  5. Everyday Made Fresh says:

    This is a great idea! My aunt who was a midwife before she retired, and uncle who is a retired RN did this for my cousin. She has this medical binder full of everything that she went through as a child…it’s just a great idea!

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  6. Mommy Engineering says:

    I actually don’t keep any! *Kicks herself* I actually didn’t really think about it. How terrible is that? I definitely need at least the first two! Thanks so much for these printables! They look great and are so helpful!

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