“Be Prepared”. That’s the motto of the Boy Scouts of America. "Be prepared for what?" Someone once asked Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting. "Why, for any old thing." said Baden-Powell.

It would be impossible to be prepared for “any old thing” that happens at our schools. However, the Magnus 911 feature included in our student medical record program will allow you to be prepared in the event of a medical emergency. This cutting edge technology will allow you to quickly and effectively communicate with an injured student’s emergency contacts as well as send that student’s medical records ahead to the treating facility.

This chain of communication can be instituted simply by accessing Magnus911 by computer or smart phone, and typing in the student’s 16 digit emergency ID number. Once in the Magnus911 feature, you can enter the fax number or email address of the emergency facility where you would like the student’s health records sent. You can also type a personal message that will be texted and/or emailed immediately to all of the injured student’s emergency contacts, informing them of the situation. If there is not any internet access at your location, you can provide the EMT the students Magnus911 card. The EMT will have access to the internet in his vehicle or at the hospital, and the ability to get the students medical records at that time.

The key to handling any emergency is good communication. The Magnus 911 feature allows you to communicate and coordinate with all relevant parties from one site. It eliminates the need to look up individual student records and make multiple calls to contacts.

Try the Magnus 911 today and you will be prepared for tomorrow!!!

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Amy Weaver

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