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You will be contacted by your recruiter or an HR representative to schedule this appointment, prior to orientation. Parking: Visitors lot in front of the Gables One Tower. Entrance on South Dixie Highway. You will receive an email from our background vendor SterlingBackcheck to take your drug screening within 72 hours. Please bring two forms of ID to confirm your identity.
Parking: Park in the parking garage and bring your parking ticket to Human Resources for validation. Once you have completed and cleared your pre-employment drug screening and background check, you will receive an email from our payroll system to complete some additional onboarding requirements. These will include:. Copyright: University of Miami.
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Agenda: Review your I-9 documentation Receive information about Benefits and I am the U Orientation Drug Screening: You will receive an email from our background vendor SterlingBackcheck to take your drug screening within 72 hours. Depending upon the nature of your position, you may be required to receive immunizations, flu shot, Tuberculosis screening, or titer test.
Bring the completed form with you on the day of your pre-employment appointment. Drug Screening: Medical School and UHealth employees that are local will have their drug screening conducted at the Employee Health Office on the day of your pre-employment appointment. If you are out of town, you will receive an email from our background vendor SterlingBackcheck to take your drug screening within 72 hours.
Please bring with you two forms of ID to confirm your identity.Admission representatives will be in attendance from health-related graduate schools and programs.
Students will have the opportunity to meet admission representatives from medical schools, dental schools, pharmacy schools, veterinary schools, physician assistant programs, public health programs, graduate programs and more. The event is free and open to FAU students. See below for more information and check out our Photo Album Here!
This workshop will guide you through the beginning of the steps you need to write a personal statement that will help stand out, show your authenticity, and receive an interview with multiple schools.
Click here to download flyer. The Canvas website will be live for students on May 6, Click Here to Download Flyer! During this activity, students were taught how to take a patient history and take blood pressure. This session introduces students to the basics of medicine necessary in any healthcare practitioner's daily routine.
The purpose of this session was to give Florida Atlantic University students an overview of patient care. In addition, students were given the opportunity to learn more about other FAU student organizations and network with similar-minded students.
The medical student panel presentation highlights FAU newly admitted students and alumni who are now in health professions programs such as medical, dental, PA, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine. The student panel discusses their undergraduate experience and the application process, interview process and first-year experience. Pre-health students were able to ask relatable questions from members of the panel. The panelists not only spoke about their diverse upbringings and the obstacles in their lives leading up to their professional careers but also gave advice to students on how to overcome adversity and be good healthcare professional.
After the question and answer session, the panel was opened to questions from the audience, where students were able to ask more detailed and personalized questions. Pre-Health Professions and Graduate Day Fair takes place annually in the spring semester at Florida Atlantic University for students considering a health professions career. Day 5: Health Professions Workshops and Presentations.
The morning from AM to PM, we continued with the informational sessions. Students were able to network and make connections with many health professions programs. Number of students in attendance The final day of Pre-Health Professions week concluded of numerous activities coordinated by the student organizations with three awesome guest speakers from. The workshops highlighted the domestic violence and the Opioids crisis facing South Florida and how this will affect future health care professionals.
The candlelight vigil was in remembrance of those who have lost their lives or dealing with addiction and domestic violence. For full details click here. Online Personal Statement Workshop This workshop will guide you through the beginning of the steps you need to write a personal statement that will help stand out, show your authenticity, and receive an interview with multiple schools.
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FAU Student Organizations. In association with the following Student Organizations. Pre-Health Week Summaries Day 2: Medical School Student Panel The medical student panel presentation highlights FAU newly admitted students and alumni who are now in health professions programs such as medical, dental, PA, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine. Number of students in attendance The final day of Pre-Health Professions week concluded of numerous activities coordinated by the student organizations with three awesome guest speakers from Women in Distress and two of our very own physicians from the College of Medicine here at FAU.The requirements for a major in Microbiology are virtually the same as those which will qualify students to apply to Medical, Dental and Veterinary School.
In addition, the Department of Microbiology has two faculty members serving on the Pre-Medical Advisory Committee, participating in the Premedical Studies Co-Majorand helping our majors navigate their way towards medical school admission. Students interested in attending a particular type of healthcare professional school after college are sometimes frustrated to discover that designations such as pre-med, pre-dent, pre-healthcare, etc. Rather, they are indications of intent to pursue post-baccalaureate professional education.
Professional schools do not give preference for admission based on any specific major. Placement of students in professional schools is based on performance in required science courses as well as overall academic performance.
Both breadth of education and the pursuit of some discipline in depth is expected.
A successful applicant will be able to effectively acquire, synthesize, apply, and communicate information. These are skills that can be developed through the study of a wide variety of disciplines, including Microbiology. You are urged to pursue a major that interests you, as you are more likely to excel academically in those subjects.
Check out the overlap between the requirements for a major in Microbiology and those which will qualify students to apply to Medical, Dental and Veterinary School. The Mallory-Wilson Center is a valuable resource for students considering healthcare professions. It provides detailed advice for premedical and pre-healthcare students, with the objective of helping MU students achieve their goal of entering a health profession.
Kyle Hogarth Miami Microbiology, '94an expert in pulmonary diseases at the University of Chicago Medicine, talks about the process of deciding on a specialty while in medical school. Professional School Requirements Check out the overlap between the requirements for a major in Microbiology and those which will qualify students to apply to Medical, Dental and Veterinary School.The following is a revised listing of PDP steps to fulfill the campaign.
If you are using a tobacco product, you can still receive credit by completing tobacco cessation coaching or a virtual class. Or use the Alternate Biometric Screening form to submit lab work from your doctors office or independent lab.
We provide the Healthy Miami Premium Discount Program to all benefit-eligible employees and their spouses covered under Miami's health plan. Spouses covered under your health plan can also voluntarily participate in the program. Complete the program steps between January 1 and November 15 in a calendar year and qualify for the premium discount for the following calendar year.
Combined participation determines your total savings. The steps you are required to complete in a calendar year to receive premium discounts depends on your age and gender. The table below provides details for which preventive health steps you must complete to receive the insurance premium discount.
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Please note: We base our frequency of screenings on recommendations by the U. Preventive Services Task Force and the U. Department of Health and Human Services. If you are 49 or younger inyou must complete the following steps before November 15, in order to qualify for the premium discount in Please note: If you will turn 50 duringplease see the age 50 and over information. Employees and spouses enrolled in Miami University's healthcare plan are eligible to receive a premium discount for being tobacco-free.
In order to meet this required step and earn a point in your Healthy Miami account, you must do ONE of the following every year:. Contact Benefits and Wellness to learn more about these tobacco cessation resources. By completing this form, you allow Anthem to send Cerner Wellness basic participation data about your completion of the Healthy Miami premium discount program. Please note: Anthem does not share any information pertaining to diagnosis, treatment, or results from the medical appointments.
To meet this step every yearyou must log into your Healthy Miami account and complete the online personal health assessment under the "My Personal Health Assessment" tab. This assessment, which consists of a series of health behavior questions, will provide you with a snapshot of your health status, an evaluation of your health risks, and feedback on steps that can be taken to improve your health.
Please note: Answers to questions in the personal health assessment are private and confidential, according to HIPAA guidelines. You can change your health assessment answers at any time if there is a change in your health status.
This health screening, which you must complete every yearincludes measurement of your blood pressure, and a fasting blood draw. You should not eat or drink anything except water at least 12 hours before your screening. We encourage drinking plenty of water, and you should take any daily prescription medications as your doctor has prescribed.
You will need to bring the following to your scheduled screening:. Please note: We recommend completing your health screening prior to your annual PCP visit.
The results will be sent to your physician within 48 hours of your health screening. If you choose not to use the university-sponsored biometric health screening, you may meet this step by having a physician or facility of your choice complete your fasting blood draw.
Please note: This option may mean physician, lab, or other charges. A Primary Care Physician PCP is a general practitioner, family physician, or an internist that serves as your primary healthcare professional.
Your PCP handles a variety of health-related problems and keeps your medical history and medical records. To meet this step, you must complete a wellness visit with your PCP every year. To complete this step, you must have a physician perform a routine PAP test every three years. Your should receive credit for your PAP test for three years in your Healthy Miami account—it should post automatically after you have completed the screening for each year during the three-year time frame.Please do not use MyUHealthChart to send messages requiring urgent attention.
For medical emergencies, please call For medical urgent matters, contact your doctor's office. What is MyUHealthChart? Is there a fee to use MyUHealthChart?
How do I sign up? Who can have a MyUHealthChart account? Who do I contact if I have further questions? MyUHealthChart offers patients personalized and secure on-line access to portions of their medical records. It enables you to securely use the Internet to help manage and receive information about your health.
To sign up, you can request an activation code at your next clinic visit, or, you can call us at An electronic version is available by clicking the link below. Please contact us at to re-activate your account. We take great care to ensure your health information is kept private and secure. Access to information is controlled through secure access codes, personal ID's, and passwords. Each person controls their password, and the account cannot be accessed without that password.
MyUHealthChart uses the latest encryption technology. Unlike conventional e-mail, all MyUHealthChart messaging is done while you are securely logged on to our website.
MyUHealthChart is owned and operated by University of Miami Health System and is fully compliant with federal and state laws pertaining to your privacy. Your name and e-mail address will be treated with the same care and privacy given your health records and will never be sold or leased by MyUHealthChart. We aim to protect your privacy and security of your information. We recommend that you log out of your MyUHealthChart session if you need to leave your computer for even a short period of time.
You need access to a computer connected to the Internet and an up-to-date browser such as Internet Explorer. For your security, your access code expires after 60 days and is no longer valid after the first time you use it. If you still have problems, call us at You will use this code only once to log into MyUHealthChart for the first time.
The code will expire after you have used it or after 60 days. When you receive care at organizations other than University of Miami Health System it can be difficult to keep track of all your medical information. MyChartCentral provides you with a central access point for all your MyChart accounts where you can access all accounts using a single username and password.
MyChartCentral also provides you with Lucy, a personal health record that gives you a permanent home to organize all your medical information, regardless of where it came from.
If you change insurance or move away and need to leave your current healthcare organization, Lucy will follow you.Baccalaureate education provides the foundation for further education in specialized health professional fields.
All students who pursue the BSHS degree graduate with a health science major and one of the following pre-professional tracks:. Students are encouraged to contact graduate programs directly to ascertain if there are specific course requirements they must complete above and beyond those included in their chosen pre-professional track.
Admission as a new freshman or transfer student to the BSHS program is handled through the Office of Undergraduate Admission and is open to applicants who meet the general requirements for admission to the UM. In accepting students into the BSHS program, the UM does not in any way ensure admittance into professional graduate programs.
Admission to professional graduate programs is dependent upon strong undergraduate academic performance and appropriate, well-rounded extracurricular experiences. Admission to these programs is determined independently by the school or program to which the student applies. Students should refer to the Student Handbook for more detailed information on the SONHS' policies related to grades, progression, and dismissal.
When a course must be repeated, progression in the BSHS program may be altered in order for prerequisites to be met. Such alteration may lengthen the time required to complete the BSHS program. Incoming transfer students who plan to enter the BSHS program must possess a minimum 2.
Students enrolled in the BSHS program must complete their coursework with a minimum 2. Students must successfully complete all specified prerequisites with a C or higher before entering a nursing course or with a C- or higher before entering a health science or public health course.
Students must also register for all required corequisites at the time of enrollment. If students enroll in a health science, nursing, or public health course without the proper prerequisite or corequisite, they may be dropped from the course at the discretion of the course instructor, Office of Student Services OSSAssociate Dean, or Dean.
Students should consult an academic advisor in the Office of Student Services OSS to discuss any questions related to course enrollment. At least half of the health science major must be taken in residence at the UM.
Students may transfer health science, nursing, or public health courses from other institutions to the UM with approval by the Office of Student Services OSS. Detailed course descriptions or syllabi must be be presented to the Office of Student Services OSS for transfer equivalency reviews. Through the completion of the GERs, graduates acquire essential intellectual skills and engage a range of academic disciplines.Johns Hopkins University has long held a reputation for excellence in the preparation of students for acceptance to medical, dental, and other health professions school.
Pre-health students master competencies across a range of science disciplines, learn about the social determinants of health, and demonstrate a range of personal competencies deemed essential for success in health professions school and future practice.
Students are encouraged to explore academic interests in and out of the sciences, engaging in intellectual inquiry, independent study, and disciplined research. Johns Hopkins applicants to health professions school are reflective in their learning and decision-making, demonstrate social responsibility, and are committed to a career of service.
Regarding premeds, Johns Hopkins applicants to medical school come from an array of academic backgrounds including the natural sciences, engineering, the social sciences and humanities.
Most recently, the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences launched a new interdisciplinary major, Medicine, Science, and Humanities, designed for students who want to examine medical and scientific issues through the lens of humanities studies.
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