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Medical rooms: requirements and guidance

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Last updated on 1 December 2016
School types: All · School phases: All
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Are schools required to have a designated medical room? We look at the regulations on school premises, and relay guidance from the Department for Education. We also include advice about what medical rooms might contain.

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  1. 1 Schools must have medical accommodation
  2. 2 Medical accommodation: equipment and facilities
  3. 3 Can we combine a medical room and a hygiene room?

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