Download BSA Medical Form - this link
will redirect to the National BSA website.
Questions? Please view the National BSA Frequently Asked Questions
web page for information about the medical form
Lower-Cost Physical Exams
Cascade Pacific Council maintains a list of medical clinics that offer lower-cost exams. If you know of other clinics to add to the list, please send this information in.
For certain high-adventure activites, the new form introduces a standard height/weight chart which may restrict participation of individuals. Adherance to the height/weight chart is not required for Cascade Pacific Council summer camps due to their proximity and access to medical care. Very few council events will require adherence to the height/weight chart. Any such events will include such requirement in registration information.
A: Cascade Pacific Council camps and programs that exceed 72 hours (thus requiring a doctor's signature) include:
NYLT (National Youth Leader Training)
A: No. The council does not keep copies of medical forms. When attending district or council events, please bring the forms with you, but do NOT send to the council office. Tip: When attending council and district activities, take along a photocopy, rather than the original.
A: For privacy reasons, do not transmit medical forms electronically. The form is provided as a fillable-PDF to ease completion and to increase legibility when printing. The electronic version of the Annual Health and Medical Record is intended to be filled out and saved by individual Scouts and Scouters. The electronic Annual Health and Medical Record should not be transmitted via e-mail or stored by units, districts, or councils. Units are encouraged to keep paper copies of their participants' Annual Health and Medical Records in a confidential medical file for quick access in an emergency and to be prepared for all adventures.