2023 Health Records Requirements

The SPSCC Nursing Program is a member of Clinical Placements Northwest (CPNW), a consortium of schools and clinical sites. Nursing Program students are required to meet the requirements of our clinical partners as outlined by CPNW's Clinical Passport Requirements.

If you are accepted to the Nursing Program, your Clinical Passport records will be due in August. Begin gathering your health records now and start any missing requirements. The Nursing Program Admissions packet will be sent to those applicants who are selected by the lottery and will include the 2022 Clinical Passport, instructions for submitting your records, and their due date.

COVID Vaccination Required.
Tuberculin Status TB testing is annual, we recommend the Quantiferon Gold blood test. If testing with TST, it must be 2-step with records of 4 dates correctly timed apart. Contact Lab Manager if you have positive TST or chest Xray.
Hepatitis B The 2 shot Heplisav series is recommended. Documentation of a 3 shot series must show dates at 0,1 and 6 months. A titer showing clear immunity IS REQUIRED: it can replace documentation of series; OR, it must be drawn 6-8 weeks after finishing either series and show clear immunity.
Measles, Mumps, Rubella 2 vaccinations at appropriate intervals or titers for each showing clear immunity.
Varicella 2 vaccinations at least 4 weeks apart or titer showing clear immunity.
TDAP Tdap required after 2006, Td required every 10 years after Tdap.
CPR AHA BLS Provider Card only. Classes may be offered at SPSCC in August:  your admissions letter will include dates and sign-up information.
Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Required, due in September
Personal Health Insurance Required.
Military Immunization In some cases, exempt status for certain vaccines according to military code may be allowed.


Rebecca Swingle, Lab Coordinator 
Bldg 34, Rm 207A