Are there any other program-related fees?

February 8th, 2011 by Tim

Prior to entering nursing (NR) courses, students are required to have proof of the following immunizations:

  • Negative PPD (Tuberculin skin test) within 1 year of admission into the program/hire.  Positive PPD responders should have documentation of negative chest x-ray by a health care provider.
  • 3 Hepatitis B vaccines, or documentation of Hepatitis B antibody, or documentation of declination.
  • Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) vaccination or documentation of declination.
  • 2 MMRs or documentation of immunity to Measles, or documentation by a health care provider of history of Measles.
  • 2 MMRs or documentation of immunity to Mumps, or documentation by a health care provider of history of Mumps.
  • 2 MMRs or documentation of immunity to Rubella, or documentation by a health care provider of history of Rubella.
  • 2 Varicella Vaccines, or documentation of immunity to Varicella or documentation by a health care provider of history of Varicella.
  • Flu shot during influenza seasoon

Please note:  students will be responsible for their own uniforms, vaccinations, and transportation to and from clinical sites.

For more program fees please visit: www.plymouth.edu/department/nursing/files/2011/02/Pre-licensure-Nursing-Program-Fees.pdf

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