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SUBMIT YOUR ETSU IMMUNIZATION FORM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE OR AT LEAST TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO YOUR ORIENTATION DATE, OR IT MAY IMPACT YOUR ABILITY TO REGISTER AS A FULL TIME STUDENT.
PLEASE SEND YOUR MEDICAL PROVIDER SIGNED IMMUNIZATION RECORDS TO THE UNIVERSITY HEALTH CENTER!
IMPORTANT: It does take time for your records to be reviewed and processed. This will allow time for communication before your orientation or move in date. Pleaese check your GoldLink account for Immunization History updated information.
(Undergraduate full-time student is more than 11.99 hours and Graduate full-time is more than 8.99 hours)
All immunization records must be submitted in the English Language. If translation has occurred, please include the certified translation service information. You cannot translate yourself, they must be translated by a professional translator.
IMPORTANT! Living on Campus? Under 22? If you are under 22 years of age and moving into campus housing, you must submit medically documented vaccine records that you have received a Meningococcal Vaccine (MCV-4) within the past 5 years to University Health Center.
Center Quick Facts - Nurse managed facility
Treats acute and episodic conditions
Open 5 days a week
The mission of University Health Center is to provide acute and episodic care to university students and employees. The University Health Center is a nurse managed clinic and the health care providers are Board Certified Nurse Practitioners.
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MENINGITIS - STATE OF TENNESSEE
NEW MENINGITIS REQUIREMENT
LIVING ON CAMPUS?
ALL NEW INCOMING ON-CAMPUS HOUSING RESIDENTS
IMPORTANT - EFFECTIVE DATE: JULY 1, 2013
Effective July 1, 2013, the Tennessee General Assembly required ALL NEW incoming students under the age of 22 at any public institution of higher learning in the State of Tennessee who live in "ON-CAMPUS" student housing, will be required to provide proof of adequate immunization against Meningococcal disease within the last 5 years, before moving into any on-campus housing. Some exemptions do apply for students who provide the appropriate medical or religious exemption form to University Health Center. New incoming students will not have the option of refusing this immunization without providing University Health Center the appropriately executed medical or religious exemptions.
This new requirement does not currently apply to students already living in on-campus housing but is highly recommended.
This requirement does not replace the Meningitis and Hepatitis Immunization Health History Form. The Meningitis and Hepatitis Immunization Health History Form is a state mandatory requirement.
Immunization Requirements for Orientation
Please send your medical provider signed immunization record to University Health Centers soon as possible but at least 2 weeks prior to your orientation date to avoid delay in registration.
- In State Students who Graduated from a Tennessee High School after June 1, 2016, do NOT need to submit proof of Varicella (Chicken Pox) or Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR).
- All students planning to live in campus housing must provide proof of Meningitis immunization prior to moving into the residence halls or apartments.
We offer Behavioral Health appointments to our currently enrolled students. There is no charge for you to see a Behavioral Health Specialist if you are enrolled for the current semester. If you have a "no show" appointment, you will be assessed a $20 no show fee to your account. If you do not keep an appointment or cancel the day before your appointment, you are preventing someone else from being able to make an appointment. The behavioral health providers do not provide testing for ADHD or provide letters to Disability Services for Emotional Support Animals.
Policy for students who are not registered for the current semester.
- You will be charged an office visit fee as a non-enrolled student.
- You must have been registered for the previous semester and also for the following semester to receive services.
- Example: You were a student at ETSU spring semester, but you are currently sitting
out summer semester and have already registered for the fall semester. You are eligible
for services at this clinic, but will be charged an office visit fee.
Please call for an appointment if you are experiencing any difficulties with moods, behaviors or thoughts that are not normal to you and including anxiety or depression.
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Where do I send my Immunization Records?
Please send your medically signed and stamped Immunization Records to Megan Flora, Immunization Clerk at email@example.com
Is there a required document for listing immunizations?
YES. You will be able to download and print the required Immunization Form for your medical provider to complete then send to University Health Center.
What if I have problems sending my immunization records, who do I contact?
Please contact Megan Flora, Immunization Clerk Ph# 423-439-4500 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact University Health Center at 423-439-4225
Will you accept the blue or yellow personal immunization booklets?
NO. All immunizations must be medically documented and signed from your Medical provider or Health Department on the official State Approved Immunization Form or on the ETSU Immunization form.
Do you accept immunization information in languages other than English?
NO. All immunization information must be documented properly in English only.
Do I need an appointment to be seen in the University Health Center?
YES. It is preferred to call 423-439-4225 to make an appointment to ensure that you are able to be seen.
Will you file my insurance?
YES. The clinic will be glad to file any incurred charges to your in-network insurance company as a courtesy to you.
IMPORTANT: If you cannot locate the appropriate medical documentation for any of your immunizations, you can provide a copy of your Laboratory Titer Report that must include the quantitative values and referencing index that verifies proof of a positive titer result from a medical laboratory with the appropriate professional contact information and documentation. All titer results are subject to review by the medical staff of the University Health Center for acceptance.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS TB TESTING
All students registered with the International Program or as an ELS (English Language Service) must complete Tuberculosis testing within the first 30 days of classes. You will not be able to register for any classes until you have completed your TB testing. All TB Testing is required to be performed at the University Health Center due to management of different complexities of receiving vaccines and the time line process of the correct type of TB Testing to be performed. Please call the University Health Center as soon as possible to schedule an appointment for your TB Screening and Testing at (423-439-4225). Make sure you bring your active insurance card and ETSU ID to be seen.
For Emergencies Please Call 911