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OT and Physio Vaccinations

If you are taking Occupational Therapy or Physiotherapy, you may be aware that you need to book some vaccinations with us at the medical Centre. Underneath is some information about when and what vaccinations you need.

What you should have done already

•  Diptheria Tetanus Polio (last dose within 10 years)

•  Measles Mumps Rubella two doses

This should have all been done as part of your childhood programme it is your responsibility to check they are up to date. You can ask you GP to print out a record of your immunisations.

What you need to have done

Hep B

IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO GET YOUR VACCINATIONS DONE.

•   HEP B TAKES SIX MONTHS

•  1st dose  :- DAY 0  (Friday 23 September 2016)

•  2nd dose :- 1 month after 1st (Friday 21 October 2016)

•  3rd dose :-  6 months after 1st This clinic will be Friday 24 March 2017

Please contact the Health Centre on 01904 724775 to make your appointment TWO weeks before this date.

You will need a blood test to confirm immunity but we usually do this after your 1st placement when you return next September.

TB (BCG)

HEALTHCARE WORKERS NEED TO BE PROTECTED FROM TURBUCULOSIS WHICH IS A RESPIRITORY AND SYSTEMIC DISEASE AND IS CONTAGOUS

If you have had the test and vaccination – usually there will be a scar on your left upper arm then you need do nothing else.

If you are in doubt, or have NO scar:-

When you come for your first Hep B please add your name to the list with the receptionist and make sure we have contact details for you. I will contact you (usually between the 2nd and 3rd Hep B vac) to arrange the test which takes 2 appointments 2 days apart. There can be no variation on this and has to be done in groups as one vial contains multiple tests.

PLEASE CONTACT RECEPTIONIST AT CAMPUS HEALTH CENTRE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY HAD YOUR TB VACCINATION.  We have a waiting list in order to put on another clinic.

Registered and non-registered patients

•  If you are already registered with a doctor in York area and do not wish to join our practice, you may still get your Hep B vaccinations and if needed TB vaccination from us by registering as a temporary resident – the university has arranged this for you via our practice- you probably  would have to pay for this at your own practice.

•  If you are new to the area you need to have a GP in York We are situated in G block towards the back of campus Please register As Soon As Possible we put extra staff on this week to make it easier for you.

You do not have to join our practice if you do not wish to but must have a local GP in case you get sick while you are studying in York.



 
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