MHCC Fall/Winter Term 2020-2021

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by MRA MRA Member Student Pre-Student

This is a forum for the incoming nursing students at MHCC.

Please share any concerns, questions, tips for the admission process especially.

Related to:

Topics covered during Orientation

Nursing Handbook

Immunizations/drug test/background check/CPR

mai life

9 Posts

Hi! I’m apart of the Winter term cohort & haven’t received an email from Immunitrax :/ not sure where to even start. I’m afraid to buy books before I get the whole vaccination thing sorted out... 

MRA

MRA

26 Posts

My understanding is that we will be able to get into immunotrax once we get our acemapp email which will be on nov 1st?
 

Larrissa Koreyn

Larrissa Koreyn

30 Posts

Hi!

Have you emailed Sheryl at all about the ACEMAPP invitation? Ours for fall term were sent out August 10th and I think they extended our date that everything had to be submitted. It's a really easy program to upload to and it takes about 5 business days for things to be reviewed. What are you needing to sort out with the vaccinations? 

Edited by Larrissa Koreyn
Incorrect date

mai life

9 Posts

I haven’t because I thought ACEMAPP would send that out automatically like around nov. 1st? Should I email her tho? 
 

Sort things out like IDK if what I have so far works for what they need. & like the HEP / MMR vaccinations are tricky with the time interval in between shots :/ not sure if I’ll have time yk

Larrissa Koreyn

Larrissa Koreyn

30 Posts

4 minutes ago, mai life said:

I haven’t because I thought ACEMAPP would send that out automatically like around nov. 1st? Should I email her tho? 
 

Sort things out like IDK if what I have so far works for what they need. & like the HEP / MMR vaccinations are tricky with the time interval in between shots ? not sure if I’ll have time yk

Oh, if its not even time for it to be sent out yet, don't contact her LOL I assumed it was late or something. I think the check off should tell you what dates are needed between hep vaccines. Have you had your titers checked to see what you need?

mai life

9 Posts

Okay I’ll wait till then and nope. How do I get that checked? I don’t have insurance/ healthcare provider atm either ?

MRA

MRA

26 Posts

Do you recommend buying supplies/books now or waiting until at least vaccinations are submitted and reviewed? 

Larrissa Koreyn

Larrissa Koreyn

30 Posts

13 minutes ago, mai life said:

Okay I’ll wait till then and nope. How do I get that checked? I don’t have insurance/ healthcare provider atm either ?

I just had my doctor order labs for me. Health insurance is on the list of things that need to be submitted as well. Maybe an email to her would be better now to find out what steps to take to make sure you have everything you need! She is very helpful!

14 minutes ago, MRA said:

Do you recommend buying supplies/books now or waiting until at least vaccinations are submitted and reviewed? 

I was so excited and bought everything so soon ? like, I started buying right after I got accepted haha. It's a pretty big chunk of money out of pocket at first so I feel like spacing it out helped me to be less overwhelmed financially...til it came to those book bundles! 

mai life

9 Posts

1 minute ago, Larrissa Koreyn said:

I just had my doctor order labs for me. Health insurance is on the list of things that need to be submitted as well. Maybe an email to her would be better now to find out what steps to take to make sure you have everything you need! She is very helpful!

Can I ask what labs you had? Like if you know the names of them? Was it for the antibodies? Just so I can look into it a bit...

 

Larrissa Koreyn

Larrissa Koreyn

30 Posts

6 minutes ago, mai life said:

Can I ask what labs you had? Like if you know the names of them? Was it for the antibodies? Just so I can look into it a bit...

 

Yeah! I needed antibody testing for my hep b, varicella because history of chicken pox isn't accepted, and my tb test. All a quick blood draw.

mai life

9 Posts

9 hours ago, Larrissa Koreyn said:

Yeah! I needed antibody testing for my hep b, varicella because history of chicken pox isn't accepted, and my tb test. All a quick blood draw.

So was it just one blood draw that could apply to all three of those antibody?