No, DR's are sworn to secrecy, the only time they can tell anyone else, is if you are going to cause harm to yourself, or someone else. * Based specifically on a positive reading for illegal or controlled substances then no, they would not. However, such hospitals and medical staff are required to release information that is connected with any criminal violation such as a DUI or an assault case, and so forth, when there are indications the person is under the influence of alchohol or a chemical substance.
You just call them a patient or you could just call them a person.
Well, obviously you call them a patient. O_O
In the UK - we call them an 'out-patient'.
You have to call the hospital, and in a few cases, they will not release this information over the phone.
Call the police and get to a hospital
Because the patient probably has less than 6 months to live, with the condition the patient has.
(in the US) Hospitals and medical facilities are REQUIRED by law to report gunshot victims to the police.
call the police, FBI, or go to the nearest crazy hospital you can.
check for responsiveness. If patient is unresponsive, check for pulse. If you found no pulse, call for help and start CPR. If patient is conscious, call for help.
Call Colt with the sn and they will tell you.
Call the doctor/hospital right away, and read the warning label on the container (if there is one). Call 911 or the police, if you don't know, or have, a doctor/hospital to call.