School and Camp Forms

Providing an emergency action plan and updating school and camp forms each year is a critical part of managing food allergies. We’re here to support you, but keep in mind that back-to-school time is a busy time for any medical office.

What information should be provided to Latitude?

Please fill out the patient’s name, date of birth, and list which medications are needed on the form provided by your camp or school and list patient’s allergies. We will fill out the rest. If you have not been provided a form, the FARE Emergency Action Plan is a great starting point and you should fill out all of the information requested above.

In general, please submit your forms securely via MyChart and they will be returned to you via the same method, unless another arrangement is made with our front office. If you do not currently have your MyChart account set up, please do so by visiting https://www.ucsfhealth.org/mychart.

How long do forms take?

All of our patients are food allergy patients and many require similar forms. Please plan ahead and take into account that forms, and required prescription refills, may take 3-7 business days to be completed.

Does my child require an appointment?

If a patient has not been seen by a Latitude provider in more than 12 months, we may require a patient visit before completing the forms.

How will completed forms be returned?

We will generally return completed forms via MyChart. If you haven’t heard from us in a week, feel free to reach out to us to check on the status.