Health Passport Requirements are mandatory clinical requirements set by Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing and clinical affiliates. All students and clinical faculty are responsible for satisfying and maintaining compliance to Health Passport Requirements prior to the start of each semester and throughout the semester.
The Health Passport is a document printed off from Certified Profile---
Clinical site-specific requirements are variable clinical requirements set by a clinical facility; these additional requirements must be completed prior to the start of a clinical experience. Incoming Students: please be aware that you will not have clinical site-specific requirements in the first integrated experiential learning (IEL) semester and will be provided a TaskStream subscription within one-month of matriculation.
Site-specific requirements are posted on the StudentMAX Connections website. NOTE: the required drug screen for all sites is satisfied through our approved vendor, Certified Background. You do not need a second drug screen.
Generally, students should submit clinical site-specific requirement documents to their clinical faculty or according to the IEL Coordinator instructions. Prior to the first day of the clinical experience, clinical faculty will sign-off on students' Health Passports attesting that all clinical requirements (Health Passport and Site-Specific) have been satisfied. Some clinical sites require completion of requirements several weeks in advance, so students are advised to watch for emails during school breaks to avoid delays in starting clinical experiences.