Medical Tracker, the UK’s leading online school accident book, helps you manage medical conditions, care plans, COVID-19 lateral flow tests, and much more.
Record a DfE-compliant injury in less than 30 seconds. Locate historic incidents at the touch of a button, making mountains of paperwork and illegible handwriting a thing of the past.
Keep on top of your school’s incidents with actionable and insightful reporting. Identify trends for the most common injuries, locations, times, and activities so you can take action to make your school safer.
Instantly record any instances of COVID-19, track return dates, and send out automated alerts to keep necessary staff up-to-date to ensure safeguarding in your school.
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