Remove paper records in your school or trust
The UK's leading cloud-based system for student and staff health management.
Get rid of slip notifications and accident books
Centralise your records so everything is in one place
Simple and easy to use for all staff
TRUSTED BY 1000+ SCHOOLS
Medical Tracker is used by 25,000+ school staff within one thousand schools across the UK & Europe.
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Software you can rely on
school staff trust Medical Tracker.
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incidents have been recorded on Medical Tracker.
schools have moved to Medical Tracker.
students are safeguarded everyday on Medical Tracker.
Frequently Asked Questions
We compiled a list of questions asked regularly by schools
- Is our data secure?
Yes. Medical Tracker is safe and secure and is tested to the highest industry standards. Your data is only ever housed in our IL4 and ISO-accredited, ultra-secure data centre.
And as an exclusively UK-based company we guarantee data sovereignty.
- Can the school send out alerts and reminders when their child takes medication or medication is due to expire?
Yes. As soon as an incident is recorded on Medical Tracker you will have the opportunity to notify the parent or carer with pre-populated templates. A full audit trail is saved.
- Does Medical Tracker integrate with our management information system?
We currently support automatic integration for Arbor, Bromcom, Engage, CMIS, Integris G2, iSAMS, PASS/3SYS, Progresso, Prosolution, PupilAsset, ScholarPack, Capita SIMS
Student, staff and parent or carer information automatically syncs every 24 hours meaning your data is always up-to-date.
- Can you access Medical Tracker on any device?
Yes. Medical Tracker is a web-based application. You can log-in on any device with internet access, at anytime, anywhere in the world.
- Can you create different user levels for various staff members?
Yes. You can assign various access levels to different staff members. Only Medical Tracker administrators have the rights to create and manage users.
- For how long will the data be accessible?
Records of accidents involving pupils should be kept for a period of 25 years from the pupil's date of birth. This is in accordance with the Information Management Toolkit for Schools- Information and Records Management Society.