Hello everyone, I have a bit of a situation that I can't seem to be able to resolve. I'm currently using excel to keep track and sort 50 patients at the same time for research purposes. So in my main worksheet, A1:A50 are the patient's "station number" and B1:B50 are the patient's names. Columns "C" through "I" contain information about each patient (***, gender, ecc.). I keep the patients sorted by their station number.
I then have a different worksheet for every patient in which I keep track of each patient's blood tests during time.

I'm trying to find a way so that I can click on a certain patient and get re-directed to his/hers bloodtest worksheet. And I've done so with hyperlinks. The problem is that patients constantly change, as do their station numbers.
For example, patient John Doe has "station number" 001, so he is on the top of my list. His station might change the week after to 005, so I manually copy/paste his info in row 5. This way, every time I cancel a patient I lose the hyperlink and need to manually search for the worksheet and re-link it to the new patient.

Is there any way in which I can lock a hyperlink to a cell regardless whether or not it is empty? This way I could move patients up and down my chart & change cell values without worrying about messing up the hyperlinks.
I also tried to create a chart with 50 rows in which every time I changed a station number a macro would then sort all the rows. It turned out to be a dead end as I was able only to get the macro to copy/paste the patient's info into the correct row instead of it replacing the row.