Minor medical problems will be treated at the IQA facilities by an on-call Nurse and/or General Practitioner. Members may not use their IQA accommodations as a sick room and shall avoid contagion of other Members. Alternate accommodations or complete isolation (if that is possible in the IQA facilities) shall be provided by the IQA for a few days and then only for illnesses no more serious than a common cold or mild influenza. An ambulance will be called for Members with serious medical problems or they may return home. Medical emergencies will be accommodated by normal humanitarian efforts. A Member experiencing a medical problem that affects their ability to fulfill their IQA duties and is expected to continue beyond one month shall appeal to a Federal Court to be excused for excessive hardship.