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Student Health Services Parent Orientation
Transcript of Student Health Services Parent Orientation
Fax (201) 692- 2642
Student Health Services
Evaluate and provide treatment for illness or injury
Provide required immunizations for medical compliance
Help students recognize when they need to seek help for a health problem.
Teach students how to be an effective health care consumer.
Provide information to assist students in making informed health care decisions.
Hours of Operation
Business hours are Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM
During summer session, Student Health Services is closed on Fridays.
Nursing hours vary daily based on availability. Please call (201) 692-2437 for the latest information.
All medical records are strictly confidential and are not part of the academic records.
Any information on these records or concerning a visit to Student Health Services will not be released without written permission from the individual treated.
ALL registered students can receive health care
July 29, 2014
Required Health Forms
You can visit our website and download all required forms:
(Resident, Commuter, Nursing, Off-Site)
Forms must be completed in ENGLISH and dated in the mm/dd/yyyy format and sent to:
FDU Metropolitan Campus
Student Health Services
1000 River Road, T-SU2-03
Teaneck, NJ 07666
The Student Immunization Record and the Physical Examination MUST be completed, signed and stamped by a Licensed Medical Provider.
Requirements for Medical Compliance
In the event of a Medical Emergency on campus, the Office of Public Safety is notified.
Public Safety will then contact Local Emergency Services who will respond and determine if transport to the local hospital is required.
If a medical emergency occurs during a visit to Student Health Services, the above protocol is also followed.
Emergency care is available 24 hours by contacting the Office of Public Safety.
Office of Public Safety: (201) 692-2222
Evaluation of Medical Information to determine medical compliance status.
Medical hold procedures* if the student fails to comply with the requirements of the State and the University.
Campus Health and Public Safety is a student organization that has been in existence since 2005.
Coordinate with SHSMetro to provide educational programming. (Ex: blood drives, breast cancer awareness, CPR, etc.)
Act as peer educators for other students on campus.
We encourage any students interested in health care topics to join this organization.
Campus Health and Public Safety (CHAPS)
If you ever have any type of questions for us, please feel free to contact us on our website or facebook:
There is no charge for student health visits.
Certain services, lab tests, treatments or medications dispensed may be subject to a discounted fee.
All paperwork for students beginning in the fall semester must be submitted for review by:
*Students are unable to register for classes if a medical hold is put on their account.
Where SHSMetro is located
To provide clinical and administrative services to students.
Direct Patient Care
Medical compliance is required of all incoming students.
The purpose of these requirements is to prevent or reduce the risk of transmission of vaccine preventable diseases among the FDU community of students, faculty, staff and their contacts.
We're here to help!
August 15, 2014
Student Health Assistants
Make charts for each patient.
Review information and ensure all necessary forms and documents are accurate and complete.
Files health information and correspondence.
Manage health care database information.
Create educational programs and bulletin boards.