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Inventory Control Resources


Developed and shared by Burlington County Health Department, these Excel spreadsheets are examples of medication tracking forms, including:

  • Medication received by Municipality,
  • Transfer of Medication between municipalities,
  • Inventory of medication issued, received, and still in stock

These forms can be easily integrated into local plans and procedures. The tool may be more suitable for smaller health districts because the forms are organized to track bottles rather than boxes. Additionally, this tool does not meet requirements for the tracking of controlled substances.

For more information, contact:
Burlington County Health Department, NJ

**This resource was shared as part of the 2007-08 Regional SNS Workshops






Primary Toolkit:

Medical Countermeasure (MCM) Toolkit

Secondary Toolkits:

Influenza Toolkit

Keyword Area:


Institutional Author:

Burlington County Health Department





Five most recent user comments

3 Stars of 5 - Useful
Chain of Custody tool
By Dana Henderson

It would help if this had instructions and also were expanded beyond antibiotics.

3 Stars of 5 - Useful
Chain of Custody and Inventory Tracking Resources
By Deborah Hieronim
Good for small municipalites. Does not include elements needed for controlled substances.

4.5 Stars of 5 - Very Useful
Chain of Custody and Inventory Tracking Resources
By Elizabeth Faber
Great tool for locals to use and modify to meet their needs.

The NACCHO Toolbox is a repository of available resources to help local public health practitioners. Tools are produced by local, state, and federal agencies, as well as academic institutions and other stakeholders. The contents of this Toolbox are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect any official recommendations of NACCHO. NACCHO makes no express or implied warranty with respect to the contents and disclaims liability for any damages arising from or connected to the use of the material in this Toolbox.