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  1. Where do I send my Immunization Records?Answer
  2. Is there a required document for listing immunizations?Answer
  3. What if I have problems creating or uploading my immunization records, who do I contact?Answer
  4. Will you accept the blue immunization booklets?Answer

Where do I send my Immunization Records?

You will upload your Immunization Records to MedProctor.

**IMPORTANT: Please create your own confidential account with MedProctor.  You will need your ETSU email activated to complete your account information.  You will be able to retrieve your immunization information once you have uploaded your documents any time you need to access it.


Is there a required document for listing immunizations?

YES. Upon creating your personal account with MedProctor, you will be able to download and print the required form for your medical provider to complete for you to upload into your personal confidential account.


What if I have problems creating or uploading my immunization records, who do I contact?

Please contact MedProctor for assistance: help@medproctor.com


Will you accept the blue immunization booklets?

NO. All immunizations must be medically documented from your medical provider or health department on an official state-approved Immunization form.


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  1. Do you accept immunization information in languages other than English?Answer
  2. How do I get student insurance?Answer
  3. Do I have to get a Tuberculosis (TB) test at the Student Health Clinic?Answer
  4. Where do I send my Immunization Records?Answer
  5. Is there a required document for listing immunizations?Answer
  6. What if I have problems creating or uploading my immunization records, who do I contact?Answer
  7. Will you accept the blue immunization booklets?Answer

Do you accept immunization information in languages other than English?

NO. All immunization information must be documented properly in English only.


How do I get student insurance?

The international student insurance provider is International Student Protection (ISP). Please contact the International Office on campus to sign up for this insurance. Once enrolled, you will be able to create an online account within approximately 48 business hours so that they can obtain their electronic insurance ID card.  Using this page, you can find all the information you need to manage your plan.  In addition to enrolling, you can check your claims. 

International Student Insurance


Do I have to get a Tuberculosis (TB) test at the Student Health Clinic?

YES, we ask that you complete TB testing at Student Health Services in Suite 160, Roy S. Nicks Hall. This is due to management of different complexities of receiving vaccines and the timeline process of the correct type of TB Testing to be performed. Please call the Student Health Clinic to make an appointment for your TB Testing (423-439-4225). Note: you will not be able to register for classes until you have completed the TB testing requirement.


Where do I send my Immunization Records?

You will upload your Immunization Records to MedProctor.

**IMPORTANT: Please create your own confidential account with MedProctor.  You will need your ETSU email activated to complete your account information.  You will be able to retrieve your immunization information once you have uploaded your documents any time you need to access it.


Is there a required document for listing immunizations?

YES. Upon creating your personal account with MedProctor, you will be able to download and print the required form for your medical provider to complete for you to upload into your personal confidential account.


What if I have problems creating or uploading my immunization records, who do I contact?

Please contact MedProctor for assistance: help@medproctor.com


Will you accept the blue immunization booklets?

NO. All immunizations must be medically documented from your medical provider or health department on an official state-approved Immunization form.


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