Medicine Sample Clauses

Medicine. The cost of all medicine, including prescription medicine delivered to Glenmeadow for residents, will be the responsibility of the individual residents receiving such medicine.
Medicine. We will administer prescription medication in the original container according to the instructions and dosage printed by the pharmacy as per your doctor’s orders. Please bring medicine dropper or spoon from home.
Medicine. All prescription drugs prescribed by a doctor will be reimbursed at 100 percent (100%) with a $1.00 charge per prescription on presentation of a personal pay direct drug card.
Medicine. Both Parties agree that any unauthorized use or disclosure by the Receiving Party of Confidential Information of the Disclosing Party in a manner inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement may cause irreparable damage to the disclosing party whose solution other than punitive assistance may be inadequate. Therefore, if the Receiving Party discloses or uses (or threatens to disclose or use) the Confidential Information of the disclosing party in breach of the confidentiality protection below, the Disclosing Party shall have the right, in addition to any other available solution, to seek punitive relief to order such action. 5. NO SOLICITATION COMPANY agrees that, for ( ) months after the expiration of the term of office of all Services or termination of this Agreement for any other reason, the Company shall not directly or indirectly employ or attempt to hire any of the Client's employees, independent contractors or consultants at any time within the term of this Agreement. 6.
Medicine. A. Member may not be prescribed narcotic medication
Medicine. Market Supplements (Medicine) are salary payments made to academic staff members in the Faculty of Medicine in addition to their regular rank salaries. Market Supplements (Medicine) are paid to recruit and retain individual staff members when required due to competitive pressures in the academic market place and/or the high earning capability of clinically qualified personnel.
Medicine. All prescription drugs prescribed by a doctor will be reimbursed at percent (100%) with a charge per prescription on presentation of a personal pay direct drug card. Dental: Basic program as provided by the Insurer; no deductible; co-insurance; maximum per person per calendar year; based on the schedule of fees, updated yearly, enforce in the employee's Province of residence when the treatment is rendered. Prosthetic Services: co-insurance; maximum per person per calendar year; integrated with the maximum per person per calendar year under the Basic dental plan. Reimbursement of eligible expenses for the first three (3) years shall be based on the I January dental schedule of fees in effect in the employee's Province of residence. Orthodontist. for child only: co-insurance; of Semi-private Hospital Room: One hundred percent (I reimbursement. maximum of addition one per visit, combined per person per calendar year; in X-ray per year at a maximum of Payable on an co-insurance basis. Prescription lenses, including eye examination; for the employee and eligible dependents, co-insurance, up to a maximum of once every two (2) years; effective I September up to a maximum of once every two (2) years; effective September up to a maximum of once every two (2) years. The cost of the premiums for the benefits outlined in above as well as the cost of the Ontario Health Insurance Plan shall be borne ninety percent by the Company and ten percent by the employees. In the event that during the term of this agreement the Federal Provincial governments introduce Health and/or Welfare Insurance to which the employees of the Company are required to contribute, through taxation or otherwise, it is agreed that the benefits contained in of this agreement shall be coordinated with any benefits that may be available under such Federal and/or Provincial plan. a result of this the costs of the benefits outlined in decrease, the parties shall agree to amend the plan to provide additional health and/or welfare benefits to the extent available from the savings gained from the introduction coordinated plan. In the event that the costs of the coordinated plan are greater than the costs of the benefits outlined in the parties agree to pay the additional costs on the same percentage basis as indicated in article above. A laid-off employee is entitled to the benefits listed in Article excluding sub-sections and for a maximum of three (3) months.
Medicine. The Company is not conducting a medical practice or engaged in the practice of medicine.
Medicine. All students with medication/device must comply with the following requirements: The medication/device must be placed in a closed plastic baggie clearly labeled with the student's name and easy to understand written instructions concerning when/under what circumstances the medication/device should be used and how it should be used. The instructions in the baggie also must include the name and telephone number for two emergency medical contacts. Students with medication/devices are required to bring the baggie to and from FDA activities and, at all times while at FDA, to keep the baggie in their dance bag. FDA keeps children’s benadryl, ibuprofen and tylenol on hand, but medication will not be provided without prior parent’s approval. Allergens Students, parents/guardians, and guests are discouraged from bringing food products containing nuts of any kind onto the premises of FDA. However, FDA cannot guarantee that its premises will be free from allergens of any kind, including but not limited to food products containing nuts. In the event that food is distributed for camps or social activities we ask that dancers with food allergies supply their own snacks. Public Health Concerns FDA is committed to the health and wellness of its students, staff, and their respective families. Inspiration Inc., DBA Forest Dance Academy will continue to be advised by the CDC and Virginia Commonwealth regarding appropriate precautions to be taken to limit the spread of illness, including but not limited to influenza, Covid-19, and other communicable diseases. At any point in time, we will implement the necessary recommended and/or required regulations issued. This may include, but not be limited to, temperature checks, requiring masks be worn, and hand sanitization. Any dancer with a temperature over 100 degrees should remain home. Liability Waiver Inspiration Inc., DBA Forest Dance Academy, and its staff are released from all claims for damages/injuries that may occur while participating in any activity connected with the studio either in class, on the premises or during a production. I understand the inherent risks of coming in contact with staff, dancers and visitors at FDA as it relates to the COVID virus and or any other health condition. By acknowledging this, I release Inspiration Inc., DBA Forest Dance Academy, and its staff from all claims and/or liability related to COVID-19. Drop-off & Pick-Up Procedures The premises of FDA outside of the classroom studios are not ...

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