Published on February 18, 2016

Milford Regional Offers Easy Way to Keep Track of Medications

Individuals can now record, access and update their prescriptions, over-the-counter drugs, supplements and herbal medicines with an easy-to-use online form offered by Milford Regional Medical Center.

The form, called My Medication Record, is currently available for download on the hospital’s website, Once downloaded and saved to a computer, the form can be easily filled out and accessed for future updates.  The completed form should be printed and kept with you at all times.

Patients can list their primary care doctor’s name and contact information; pharmacy location; medication, dosage, frequency and the condition for which it is prescribed; allergies; and vaccination dates.

My Medication Record is an important document to present during a doctor’s appointment, emergency room or hospital visit to ensure the best possible treatment.  In addition, patient readmissions due to medication complications are reduced.

My Medication Record is an easy tool to help you stay on top of your health, simply by keeping track of all of your medications and supplements,” says Director of Risk Management Cathy O’Connell, RN, BSN. “Having this record readily available lends itself to more efficient – and effective – treatment, whether during a routine doctor’s visit or emergency.”    

For a direct link to the form, go to If you don’t have access to a computer, you can call (508) 422-2264 and a card can be mailed to you.

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