Maybe a student is moving to another school or they’d like to have a printed copy for a doctor. jmc makes it easy to print or export a student's health information. In jmc Health, office professionals are able to Print immunizations, health history, health note, medical emergency plan, medications, and visit log for future reference.

Print or export student health records for future reference by logging into jmc Office and head to Health > Reports > Print Health Records.

Step One: Select a radio button from "Select" to choose which students are to be printed.

  • By Sequential: enter a range of student IDs in the "From" and "To" fields

  • By Random: select one or more students by entering their name or student ID in the "Find" drop-down list

  • By Grade: enter a grade level range in the "From" and "To" drop-down lists

  • By Advisor: enter a range of advisor IDs in the "From" and "To" fields

Step Two: Place a checkmark in the checkbox for which immunizations, health history, health note, medical emergency plan, medications and visit log to be included for the selected student(s) report.

  • Include Immunizations: a record of vaccinations a student has received.

  • Include Health History: a record of health history categories that have been entered.

  • Include Health Note: a health note that is shared across school years for a student.

  • Medical Emergency Plan: special care and treatments required for a student.

  • Medications: a list of medications for a student.

  • Visit Log: summaries of a student's visit to the health office.

Step Three: Click "Preview" to preview the health report.

Step Four: Click the "Print" button to print the health report or click the "Export" button to export it to a CSV file.

  • Export Immunization Grid: immunization data in grid form for the specified students.

  • Export Immunizations List: immunization data in list form for the specified students.

  • Export Health History: health history data in list form for the specified students.

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