Clinical Requirements

Syringe Indicates Health Classes with a Clinical Component

Because many of our programs require skills practiced at a clinical facility, there are basic requirements students must meet. These requirements are determined by each facility.

Although these requirements may vary, most require the following prior to the clinical rotation:


  • Hepatitis B
    One of the following:

    • Three (3) hepatitis vaccinations

    • Positive hepatitis B surface antibody

    • Hepatitis B waiver signed by student

  • Rubeola, Mumps, Rubella¬†
    One of the following:

    • Positive rubella, rubeola, and mumps titer

    • One (1) MMR AND positive (+) titer for rubeola & mumps

    • Two (2) MMR Vaccines

  • Seasonal Flu Shot

  • T.B. Screening Tuberculin (PPD) Test
    One of the following:

    • Two (2) negative TB skin tests, given within the last 12-month period prior to beginning clinicals. Student must stay current during their entire clinical stay. OR

    • If positive TB, student must present:

    • Documented proof of positive TB

    • A negative chest x-ray

    • Public health release

    • Current symptom survey

  • TDAP (NEW)

  • Varicella
    One of the following:

    • Two (2) varicella vaccinations

    • Positive varicella titer


  • BLS for Healthcare Provider
    (American Heart Association)

Drug Testing:

  • Provided by MNTC

Background Check:*

A background check by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) or Group One National is required.  The instructor will notify students of specific background check for participation in a clinical experience.

  • *(Must include a sex and violent offender check)
  • *Each clinical facility may accept or deny any student based on information obtained from a background check. If clinical placement is denied, the student will be administratively withdrawn from the course or Career Program.
  • Clinical prerequisites are subject to change and will be reviewed in detail during orientation session.
  • Days and times of clinical rotations and practical exams will vary because of facility availability. Clinical rotations may require weekends as well as evening or night hours, including 8- or 12-hour shifts. Spaces in clinical rotation sites are limited and students must adjust their schedules to attend available clinical rotations.
  • Additional certification fees may apply.
  • Note: EMT, Phlebotomy Technician, AUA, and CMA require students to be aged 18 or older.