Health and Medical Record

Philmont Camping Participants


Parts A, B, and C are required for each participant in a trek, cavalcade or other backcountry experience. The Immunization Exemption Request is optional.

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Parts A, B, and C
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Immunization Exemption Request
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Philmont Training Center Participants

Conference Attendees and Family Programs:

Parts A and B are required for all participants attending PTC Conferences and all the following program groups: Nursery, Small Fry, Cowgirls, Cowpokes, Ropers, Deputies, Sidewinders, Broncos and Silverados. These groups have limited hiking and backcountry time. The Immunization Exemption Request is optional.

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Parts A and B
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Immunization Exemption Request
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Mountain Trek, Trailblazers & Mustangs, NAYLE, PLC, NAYLE & PLC STAFF:

Parts A, B, and C are required for all participants in Mountain Trek, Trailblazers, and Mustangs, as well as NAYLE, NAYLE Staff, PLC, and PLC Staff. These groups will undertake strenuous hiking and camping in the backcountry. The Immunization Exemption Request is optional.

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Parts A, B, and C
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Immunization Exemption Request
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Allergies at Philmont


Click here for more information about planning ahead to manage any allergies that may be triggered while at Philmont.


Asthma at Philmont


Click here for more information about planning ahead to manage asthma that may be triggered while at Philmont.


Seizures and Epilepsy at Philmont


Click here for more information about planning ahead to manage potential seizures and/or epilepsy that may occur while at Philmont.


Sleep Apnea at Philmont


Click here for more information about planning ahead to manage sleep apnea that may occur while at Philmont.


Frequently Asked Questions


Click here for frequently asked questions concerning the BSA Annual Health and Medical Record.

 

About Philmont Scout Ranch

Philmont Scout Ranch, the Boy Scouts of America's premier High Adventure™ base, challenges Scouts and Venturers with more than 214 square miles of rugged northern New Mexico wilderness. Backpacking treks, horseback cavalcades, and training and service programs offer young people many ways to experience this legendary country.