Central Catholic Parent/Guardians,
Welcome to the Central Catholic Portal for Family ID. Below you will be able to complete all parts of the PIAA mandatory Pre-Participation Physical Exam EXCEPT for the Section 6 which is the doctor's clearance form. The Section 6 or doctor's clearance page can be either uploaded directly to the Family ID portal or a hard copy can be delivered to TWO LOCATIONS. Those locations are: Office A on the second floor of the main building or the Athletic Training Room which is located in the Coaches Pavilion of the school. This form SHOULD NOT be handed to a member of your son's teams coaching staff. Your son's physical is good for the entire academic year. Driver's license physicals, work permit physicals, and department of health physical forms are NOT accepted in place of these forms. It also should be noted that physical vaccination forms for incoming freshman will not be accepted in lieu of these forms and should be turned in separately from this form. A PIAA pre-participation physical must be turned in and signed by a physician after June 1st 2017. A PIAA pre-participation physical is effective until May 31st of that school year or the conclusion of the spring sports season.
After selecting the team for the CURRENT sports season your son will participate in, you begin by filling out the demographics section. This will include your son's name, date of birth, age, grade for current year, current home address, and home telephone number. It will then ask for two parent/guardians demographic information. Only one is required for complete but you may enter up to two parents or guardians. You then will be ask to enter TWO emergency contacts. Next, you will enter your health insurance information and son's primary care physician. Next it will ask to list any allergies and other medical information regarding your son.
Next you will be electronically signing the Certification of a Parent/Guardian, Understanding of Risk of Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury, as well as the Understanding of Sudden Cardiac Arrest Signs and Symptoms. For reference to these, the attached paper copies will be available as view-only windows if you are un-sure or not familiar with the PIAA CIPPE packet. You DO NOT have to print and sign a hard copy of these forms.
You also will be asked to complete two (2) forms that will allow Central Catholics' Certified Athletic Trainer who is employed through UPMC Sports Medicine to perform all duties entailed in the contractual agreement between Central Catholic and UPMC Sports Medicine. The first UPMC form allows the Certified Athletic Trainer to perform all duties that fall under his scope of practice including injury, prevention, management, and rehabilitation. The second UPMC is in regards to the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act or simply known as HIPPA. This form allows Central Catholics' Certified Athletic Trainer to discuss injury information with appropriate school personnel (i.e. coaches, principals etc.)
***If you do encounter any technical difficulty while using Family ID, below is contact information for technical support for Family ID:
Support: 1-888-800-5583 ext 1
Mr. Regis W. Visconti Jr., '08. MS, LAT, ATC, EMT-B, PES
Certified Athletic Trainer
Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School/UPMC Sports Medicine.