IMMUNIZATION QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
) Is there a required document for listing immunizations?
YES. All immunizations must be documented on the "Required Immunization Form" by a medical provider or authorized school administrator.
2) Will you accept the blue immunization booklets?
NO. All immunizations must be documented on the "Required Immunization Form" by a medical provider or authorized school administrator.
3) Do you accept immunization information in languages other than English?
NO. All immunization information must be documented properly on the "Required Immunization Form" in English only.
IMPORTANT: If you cannot locate the appropriate medical documentation for any of your immunizations, you can provide the Laboratory Titer Results that must include the quantitative values and referencing index verifying 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 Student Health Services Clinic for acceptance.
APPOINTMENT QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
1) Do I need an appointment to be seen in the Student Health Clinic?
YES. It is preferred to call (423)439 4225 to make an appointment to ensure that you are able to be seen.
2) Will you file my insurance?
YES. The clinic will be glad to file any incurred charges to your insurance company as a courtesy to you.
*** IMPORTANT *** 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 Student Health Clinic due to management of different complexities of receiving vaccines and the the time line process of the correct type of TB Testing to be performed. Please call the Student Health Clinic to make an appointment for your TB Screening and Testing. (423-439-4225)
IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ!
Only the Required Immunization Form will be accepted as proof of immunizations.