Use this online tool to document TB skin test results.
VUMC faculty and staff born after 1956 are required to be vaccinated against measles unless they have laboratory-proven immunity to measles.
Employees who work in close proximity to MRI magnets are screened to identify any metal implants, fragments or devices that could be adversely affected by the magnet.
The new employee evaluation is performed by OHC as part of It's Who We Are orientation. This evaluation ensures that all faculty/staff who are working in the Medical Center have the appropriate immunizations and screening tests to comply with VUMC policy for their safety.
Occupational Health has a online TB skin test administration log for off-site clinics. All new hires should attend It's Who We Are and participate in the health screening provided there.
OHC brings services to faculty and staff who work nights, weekends and off site.
TB Skin Tests are provided to VUMC employees free of charge. We offer many locations for your convenience.
In compliance with state and federal laws, Vanderbilt requires all Shuttle and Vandy Van drivers to have a commercial driver's license (CDL) as well as undergo a Commercial Driver's Medical Examiner's certificate, which can be obtained through the Occupational Health Clinic.
The Record of Compliance in OHC report, available on the MyVandy portal, is an easy way for supervisors to monitor their employees' compliance status.
Sarah Burlason, RN, BSN, Occupational Health Clinic Outreach, explains the different types of flu vaccine that will be offered this year and invites all VUMC and VU employees to attend Flulapalooza® on October 7th from 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. in the tent located between Light Hall and the VA.