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Patient Records - Next of Kin?

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by kathrynesmith, Feb 25, 2013.

  1. kathrynesmith

    kathrynesmith Welcome New Poster


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    Hi All

    Does anyone in Private Practice record a next of kin for their patients?
     
  2. efuller

    efuller MVP

    We do record who to contact in case of emergency.
     
  3. nick burnett

    nick burnett Member

    It is a good idea to have an alternative contact such as a next of kin and it is agreed that you can contact them for any reason.
     
  4. feetrus

    feetrus Member

    As per Nick, I always take an "in case of emergency" name and number, with agreement from client that this can be used, whether for an emergency or follow up for situations.
     
  5. G/Pod

    G/Pod Welcome New Poster

    Always, you never know when your going to have the unexpected emergency:)
    G/pod
     
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