Because football is a contact sport, sometimes there are injuries. We have a three-step injury procedure, as follows:
Treated by one of our trained staff at the club. Medication will NOT be given to a child without the prior consent of their parents.
More serious injury
We will call FirstMed Centers and the member will be taken to them for treatment, either by one of the coaches or the parent. Buda Juniors have a special agreement with FirstMed. They provide urgent care to any club members who require medical attention during one of our training sessions or matches. In the event that a member needs to visit the clinic at this time, it will be free of charge, including laboratory tests and x-rays.
An ambulance will be called immediately. FirstMed also have contracted ambulance providers. This is a private service and will cost money. IT IS NOT covered under the free treatment offer by FirstMed. Parents should let us know if they have private insurance cover and if they would prefer that we call a private ambulance service (like the one used by FirstMed).
Buda Juniors FC have teamed up with FirstMed to offer our members special offers and prices on health care. Members may pick up FirstMed brochures and flyers at the club. The flyer entitles your entire family to special prices on selected services at the clinic:
* FirstMed provide free urgent care for members needing medical attention during a Buda Juniors training session or match.
** Ask at training for a Sport Medical form. Then make an appointment and take the form along with you to the clinic to receive your discount and get checked out. It couldn’t be easier and will put you and your kids on the road to good sporting health…
*** For more information about the Plans please contact our Sales Department on 06 1 224-9095, or via e-mail: email@example.com.
FirstMed also has Direct Billing agreements with many major international Insurance companies.
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Safety Measures Post Covid
Please read the following to make sure we all stay safe!
In the times of our new normal we are paying extra attention to personal hygiene and disinfection therefore we are following the guidelines of the government and the National Health Institute.
We are advised by the National Health Institute to allow kids to attend our sessions with a temperature below 37,3 C. Therefore we ask you to measure your child’s temperature each day and only bring him/her if the thermometer shows below 37,3 C. By bringing your child to our training sessions you are stating you did this and met the criteria, we may also check their temperatures as you are used to it by now.
Buda Juniors FC is encouraging parents to be cautious when sending their children to training sessions. If your child suffers flu symptoms, or if you think your child or you may have been exposed to the virus, or has come into contact with others who may have been exposed to the virus, please refrain from sending your child to training until you can be sure that they have not been infected.
All safety measures necessary for kids to be able to train, play are taken seriously and also will have the children taking part in our training sessions supervised at all times and made sure they are safe!