March of Myrine
Edict of Health
6th of Malin's Welcome, 49th of the Second Age
The Anchor’s Aid Health Institution
The Head Physician of Myrine is hereby granted full authority over the clinical staff and responsible for overseeing everything which is practiced in their clinic. This includes;
Reserves the right to recruit clinical staff.
Reserves the right to give clinical interns the proper training for such positions.
Reserves the right to dismiss clinicians within reason.
Responsible for going through Clinical Logs.
Responsible for ensuring all clinical staff provide proper care and treatment
May perform the tasks of any other clinical staff position if needed.
May provide pay to clinical staff.
May deny any personnel treatment within reason.
Articles II-III Clinical Boundaries
Article II ~ Amendments
All clinicians will be responsible for aiding the citizens and friends of the barony first, and never denying them the rights for treatment.
Visitors within the barony may receive treatment, but must understand they are not our first priority.
The clinic will not charge a fee for anyone seeking medical aid in Myrine.
The clinic has the right to charge those receiving medication or brews accordingly.
All clinicians are responsible for helping make sure the facility is clean and organized.
Any areas that are found unsanitary will be immediately shut down temporarily until deemed safe for continued practice and use.
Responsibility lies with all clinicians to provide patients with proper care and kindness, even despite our guests' races or beliefs.
Article III ~ Authorities
Experimentation on another without consent will never be tolerated under any circumstances. If revealed that this is occurring, any clinician involved will be immediately dismissed.
No one, aside from clinicians under Myrine, should wander to the second floor without permission from the Head Physician.
Any personnel caught on the second floor without permission, will be asked to leave or law enforcement will be sought out.
Those waiting and not being treated must stay in the waiting room.
Any clinician has the right to ask anyone who is in the way of their work, to move to the waiting room located at the front entrance of the clinic. If not obeyed, then clinicians may seek law enforcement to escort them from the building.
If any personnel attempts to tamper with the clinic or clinic’s belongings, then they will be restrained until law enforcement arrives.
If any personnel attempts to stop any clinician from treating a patient, they will be restrained with whatever force is necessary to allow the worker to continue until law enforcement arrives.
If any clinician causes harm to their patient while doing their work, then he or she is not able to be held responsible. However if such damage is dealt intentionally, and can be proven, then the first statement is null.
If any patient intentionally hurts his or her caretaker, then they will be subdued. Depending on the situation, he or she will be treated and/or sent on their way.
Any clinician or any personnel caught stealing herbs, potions, or anything else from the clinic will be brought to the authorities to be dealt with.
Article IV ~ Clinical Positions
The term “Clinician” is defined as anyone who was recruited by the Head Physician
The Clinic Secretary is in charge of keeping records within the clinic. They are to keep a list of what all is stored in the clinic's storage and what's been used. They will also assist the head physician to make sure all clinic staff are writing in the clinic logs per treatment. The secretary will also be responsible for helping with appointments anyone makes for the head physician to visit outside of the march.
As a Doctor one's duty is in the clinic itself. These workers make up the bulk of Myrine’s clinic. Their sole task is to treat those who have been brought to the clinic with physical injuries. They are required to know the basics of herbology and medicine, and the basic degrees of healthcare within the institution.
Surgeons are those in charge of performing operations on patients with more severe injuries. They will practice bone setting, deep arrow removals, cauterization, and amputations. All surgeons must go through separate training than those becoming Doctors. They must also finish training as a Doctor of the clinic before training to become a Surgeon.
Are the clinic’s Herbalists in charge of gathering herbs for the clinic to use in treatment if needed. They will store the herbs in the clinic’s storage. Herbalists of the clinic may assist any research to seek other ways the herbs can be used for medical purposes, but only within the clinic’s research quarters.
Caretakers of the clinic are mainly in charge of caring for those resting for longer periods of time within the clinic. Their duties also include; Keeping the clinic clean, providing resting patients food and drink, making sure our patients are comfortable when staying overnight, and managing the front desk.
Interns are only within the clinic to watch and learn, never to perform treatment to any of the patients. Interns are in the process of training and, therefore, will be spending most of their time observing the work of other clinical staff and taking notes. Once deemed ready to begin performing treatment, the Head Physician will provide them the proper uniform and title of the positions they spent training for.
Article V ~ Clinical Logs
All Clinicians will be required to log every patient entering the clinic for treatment. These logs are to include the following;
Injury/Illness of Patient
What Aid The Patient Received
Extra Notes (Previous Illnesses/Injury, Allergies, Disabilities, etc.)
Marquis of Myrine,