Medical Condition. The Student represents, and has provided documentation that they have been examined by a licensed physician, that they have provided the physician all relevant information about the Program, itinerary and schedule of events and activities, for the physician to make a sound determination as to whether the Student is in good health for purposes of participation in the Program. The Student has no apparent physical or and/or mental condition which may require medical, surgical or other care or treatment, or which will, to a reasonable degree of medical probability, require such care or treatment during the Student’s participation in the Program.
Medical Condition. You must provide substantiation of a medical condition with dietary requirements that cannot be met by the services of Campus Dining. Documentation from a medical doctor must be provided. A University dietician will rule on the ability of Campus Dining to meet the prescribed diet.
Medical Condition. I understand that it is my sole responsibility to consult with my medical practitioner if I have any concern about my medical condition or fitness to engage in the Activities. I will disclose any medical conditions and/or prescriptions to the Releasees prior to engaging in Activities, notwithstanding such disclosure to the Releasees, it is my sole responsibility to ensure that I am able to participate in the Activities and I hereby waive any and all claims and release the Releasees from all liability in connection with determining whether I am medically able to participate in the Activities.
Medical Condition. Crew Member warrants and certifies that he is fit for duty (initial), and has no physical disabilities, impairment, illnesses or lingering injuries at the present time except those listed as follows: (Supply date of injury, Doctor seen, nature of injury or illness, prognosis and lasting or present effects:
Medical Condition. It is the policy of Willow Valley that to be eligible for residency, each applicant must be mentally alert and oriented and able to live alone and attend to his or her physical needs in the Residence without the assistance of another person. Since lifetime nursing care as defined in Section 4.2 is an important component of the services provided, as a matter of financial necessity, future health risks should be within prescribed minimum levels, presenting no medical evidence that would indicate a higher than average probability of the need for nursing care. Applicants with pre-existing medical conditions may be denied admission or offered admission only directly to another level of care. At its sole discretion Willow Valley reserves the right to change the admission criteria. A “pre-existing medical condition” means a disease, illness, sickness or physical condition for which medical care, advice or treatment was recommended by or received from a physician within three (3) years prior to Resident’s application for residency at Willow Valley.
Medical Condition. Client understands, represents, and warrants that Client is not pregnant and does not have heart, kidney, lung, liver, or any neurological problem(s). Client understands and agrees that if Client has any of the aforementioned conditions, Service Provider will be unable to provide services to Client. Client understands, represents, and warrants that Client has spoken with his or her primary care physician and received approval to obtain the Services.
Medical Condition. I understand that the Activity may place unusual, extraordinary, or irregular stress on the body. The Activity is not recommended for persons suffering from asthma, epilepsy, cardio/respiratory disorders, hypertension, or skeletal, joint, or ligament problems or conditions, and certain mental illnesses. Women who are pregnant or suspect they are pregnant, and persons who have consumed alcohol or drugs, are not recommended to engage in the Activity. By this Agreement, I acknowledge and agree that I have been advised to consult with my medical practitioner if I have any concern about my medical condition or fitness to engage in the Activity.
Medical Condition. If an employee loses his license for a medical condition, benefits shall continue on a 50/50 basis as long as they are on sick days, Employment Insurance, or L.T.D. for a maximum of twenty-four (24) months. After twenty-four (24) months, the employee shall be responsible for 100% of the premium.