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Whether you’re getting ready for a visit to a new doctor or a stay at the hospital, keep organized with a checklist.



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First Aid Essentials Checklist

  • Adhesive bandages in a variety of sizes
  • Sterile gauze pads in various sizes and cloth adhesive tape to secure them
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Hospital Stay Checklist

  • Bathrobe
  • Slippers with sticky soles to grip the slick hospital floors (flip-flops or sneakers also work)
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Nasal corticosteroid

Cold and Flu Remedy Checklist

  • Do buy your own nasal spray.
  • Do keep track of the ingredients in every medicine you’re taking to prevent double dosing.
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Stamps and coins

Less Stress Checklist

  • Keep stamps on hand.
  • Keep a bit of extra cash in the house.
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Questions to Ask a New Doctor Checklist 

  • Can I get a copy of your office policy?
  • Can I send you questions via e-mail?
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