The New Zealand Medical Service in the Great War 1914-1918
7. Returns to Be Rendered to the A.D.M.S
7. Returns to Be Rendered to the A.D.M.S.
Pro formas for these returns will be kept in Field Medical Pannier, No. 2, and replenished by demand on the Office of the A.D.M.S.
(i) Weekly Sanitary Report—Z.M.F.2.
This must be rendered weekly by 9 a.m. on Saturdays. There is a space to be initialled by O.C of the unit.
The map references and results of tests of all sources from which drinking water is drawn must be given, using reverse of form if necessary.page 7
An addition to this report not provided for is a report on the water carts as regards their completeness in equipment, as laid down on the board, supply of alum and bleaching powder, and cleanliness. This will appear on the reverse of the form.
Distinction must be made between cases of venereal disease reporting, and those detected at the weekly inspection for venereal disease. The latter should be reported to the O.C for disciplinary action under K.R. 462.
(ii) Infectious diseases—Z.M. F.1.
This should be rendered promptly, so that disinfection and isolation of contacts may not be delayed. It is rendered as cases occur. The Company of the patient must be stated for entry on the "spot" map.
(iii) Inoculation return—Z.M.F.4.
This must reach Office of A.D.M.S. not later than 9 a.m. on 25th of each month.