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HPSP medical information

@pickuptruck8

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Hi I'm applying to HPSP this year and was wondering what sort of information I need to disclose in terms of medical history? What illnesses are important enough to include? For example, do I need to try to remember every time I got the cold/flu/ear infection or do I only need to include things I have been hospitalized for?
 

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Hi I'm applying to HPSP this year and was wondering what sort of information I need to disclose in terms of medical history? What illnesses are important enough to include? For example, do I need to try to remember every time I got the cold/flu/ear infection or do I only need to include things I have been hospitalized for?

You don’t need to disclose colds. You would need to disclose chronic sinusitis, asthma, chronic bronchitis, etc. Chronic conditions or serious medical issues that required surgery or hospitalization should be included. For instance, irregular heart beat that was treated by ablation should still be disclosed.
 

@pickuptruck8

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You don’t need to disclose colds. You would need to disclose chronic sinusitis, asthma, chronic bronchitis, etc. Chronic conditions or serious medical issues that required surgery or hospitalization should be included. For instance, irregular heart beat that was treated by ablation should still be disclosed.

Ok thank you! The forms shouldn't be too hard to fill out then.
 
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