Josh Herrick/Medical Record

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Josh Herrick

  • Height: 182 cm (6 feet)
  • Weight: 86 kilos (190 lbs)
  • Blood Type: O+
  • T/E Rating: T0


  • Chronic Illnesses: None
  • Medications: No ongoing medication
  • Allergies and Reactions: Anaphylactic reaction to shellfish
    • Manageable pre- and post-exposure; recommended high caution when sampling aquatic cuisines.
  • Sexual/Reproductive History: None


  • 238610.20: Andorian flu — Requiring one week of hospitalization; full recovery




  • 239411.12: Claustrophobia — Diagnosed during initial training simulations. Sedative provided upon initial panic attacks; now condition is self-managed.


  • Alcohol: Social drinker; 1-2 drinks per outing; noted potential substance abuse in the past.
  • Recreation Drugs: None
  • Other: None


  • Parent 1 (Mother): No notable items.
  • Parent 2 (Father): Mild hearing loss at age 35, corrected with implant.
  • Siblings: No notable items.


  • Marital status: Single; not applicable.
  • Children: None.
  • Occupation/Assignment: Engineer
  • Diet: Omnivore
  • Exercise: Cardiovascular activity, moderate intensity 6 times a week


  • SD 240005.27 - Medical Officer: Lieutenant Elyse Norvik, MD, Starfleet Academy
  • Medical Assessment: Filing on behalf of Doctor V'Len Kel; patient had been admitted unconscious with severe burns and smoke inhalation following a plasma explosion in a conduit. Most dermal regeneration had been successful but we were unable to return a small portion of his skin back to pre-incident condition. After several days, discharged and cleared for light duty. A notification has been sent to his commanding officer for not reporting to Sickbay prior to beginning duty.

  • SD 239908.19 - Medical Officer: Lieutenant Linara Vek, MD, Starfleet Academy
  • Medical Assessment: Routine annual physical; no items of note and cleared as fit for duty.

  • SD 239808.19 - Medical Officer: Lieutenant JG Aeson Malor, MD, Starfleet Academy
  • Medical Assessment: Routine annual physical; no items of note and cleared as fit for duty.

  • SD 239708.19 - Medical Officer: Ensign Isla Toran, MD, Starfleet Academy
  • Medical Assessment: Routine annual physical; no items of note and cleared as fit for duty.

  • SD 239608.19 - Medical Officer: Lieutenant JG Aria D'ral, MD, Starfleet Academy
  • Medical Assessment: Routine annual physical; no items of note and cleared as fit for duty.

  • SD 239508.19 - Medical Officer: Ensign Aeson Malor, MD, Starfleet Academy
  • Medical Assessment: Routine annual physical; scans have revealed cirrhosis of the liver with a high-likelihood of it stemming from alcohol abuse. During patient discussions, he indicated that he had been going to more social events and would moderate his drinking more carefully. Succesfully administered treatment protocol; if pattern continues, recommend counselling sessions. Cleared as fit for duty.

  • SD 239411.12 - Medical Officer: Lt Cmdr T'pana, MD, Starfleet Academy
  • Medical Assessment: Cadet Herrick recently experienced an acute claustrophobic attack during a confined space training simulation in the holodeck. It appears the highly realistic environment triggered an unexpected response. He was administered a mild sedative to alleviate his distress, which proved effective. It is recommended that Herrick participate in further counseling and controlled exposure therapy to help manage this newly discovered claustrophobia. His overall health remains stable, and this event should not impair his ability to perform regular duties, provided appropriate care and caution are observed during future training.

  • SD 239409.19 - Medical Officer: Lt JG Tillo Hah, MD, Starfleet Academy
  • Medical Assessment: Cadet Herrick has successfully passed all physical examinations required for admission to the Starfleet Academy. He maintains a healthy lifestyle and demonstrates a strong resilience to physical strain, likely a result of his regular exercise regimen and balanced diet. He has a noted shellfish allergy but has taken appropriate precautions to manage this. He shows no signs of any medical conditions that would prevent him from fulfilling his duties.

  • SD 238610.20 - Medical Officer: Ensign Thorne Zylar, MD, San Francisco, Earth
  • Medical Assessment: Josh Herrick had sought out treatment due to high fever and general body pain occurring for 48 hours; scans revealed he had been infected with a mutated and highly-treated resistant Andorran Flu. Hospitalized for 7 days while alternative treatment protocols were used and finally curing him of the virus.

  • SD 238006.11 - Medical Officer: Lt Seran K'tal, MD, USS Reliance
  • Medical Assessment: Josh Herrick was seen following a turbolift malfunction onboard; which resulted in the loss of safety mechanisms and the turbolift plummeting several decks before colliding into the bottom of the shaft. Due to the protection of the now deceased Lieutenant Commander Caden Voss, who had used his body to buffer the impacts, negligible scrapes and bruises had injured the patient. Treated with a dermal regenerator and recommended for psychiatric counselling.


  • SD 239411.18 - Counselor: Ensign Zezena Sinaslo, Starfleet Academy
  • Counseling Assessment: Following the incident in the holodeck, Cadet Herrick has engaged in counseling sessions to manage his newly discovered claustrophobia. Through cognitive-behavioral therapy, we have been working on developing self-management techniques, such as controlled breathing and visualization, to help alleviate feelings of panic in confined spaces. He is developing a good understanding of his triggers and how to effectively manage his response to them. He is encouraged to continue practicing these techniques.