In order to be in compliance with both New Mexico law and clinical facility requirements, students in CCC's Allied Health programs are required to provide proof of current immunization records. Students should not delay completing their immunizations, as some may take up to 4-6 months to complete.
Once students have applied to their prospective program and been accepted, immunization requirements must be submitted with documentation from a physician and given to the Allied Health Clinical Coordinator upon request. NOTE: Do not turn in proof of immunizations to the CCC Admissions and Records department.
IMMUNIZATIONS AND TESTS REQUIRED BY STATE LAW AND CLINICAL FACILITIES
Allied Health students must comply with both New Mexico law and clinical facility requirements related to immunization and testing. Note: Students should not delay completing their immunizations; some take up to 4-6 months to complete.
If students lack documentation of vaccines/vaccine series or current titers showing immunity, they must follow the posted immunization schedules listed below. The minimum time intervals must be met. Travel or accelerated schedules are NOT acceptable for Allied Health Students.
ALL DOCUMENTATION MUST INCLUDE:
- Date(s) of Immunization(s) - Vaccine manufacturer
- Place of service - Vaccine lot number
- Results of serologic test if given - Vaccine expiration date
- Signature & Printed name of healthcare professional
For the CDC Required Adult/Healthcare Professionals Immunization Schedule, please go to