A big part of your nursing education will be your clinical experiences and our agreements with the facilities where you will be doing your clinicals require records of your immunizations and clearances in order to enter the clinical setting and have contact with patients.
All students at Penn Nursing need to meet the requirements of the compliance policy in order to continue to continue clinical coursework. Failure to do so may result in being dropped from coursework and the assessment of a fine.
Due to the demands of our clinical agencies, requirements are subject to change.
Records are submitted and held by our compliance vendor, American DataBank, via their web interface, Complio.
Please wait until you receive instructions from firstname.lastname@example.org before you begin working on compliance as the facilities where our students complete clinical require that your TB screen, physical and clearances be within 12 months of the start of your rotation and that we send them this data weeks prior to your start.
If you have questions about compliance please submit this form for assistance.
It may seem redundant, but because of HIPAA regulations, we must use different systems and Student Health Services and the School of Nursing cannot share your information with each other.
Please use this Compliance Form for Students to record your immunizations.
Submit to Student Health: https://www.vpul.upenn.edu/shs/imemfinfo.php and submit through complio
Penalties for Non-Compliance
Students who do not complete and submit the background checks, drug screen, certifications and immunization record by their designated date will be placed on registration hold until compliant and dropped from clinical courses. Students who become compliant prior to the beginning of classes will be released from registration hold, allowed to re-register for clinical on a space-available basis, and will be assessed a late fee per the fee schedule below. Other penalties may be outlined by the course faculty.
Late Compliance Fee Schedule: