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I was thinking from 9-2 since night time is from 5-9 , so like 4-5 hours tops 

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On 10/20/2019 at 4:09 PM, Elizabeth_Garcia85 said:

I just got my acceptance letter last week for Spring 2020. I was crying because I was #26 on the Alternate list. Once accepted, you only have a few days to get forms signed and back to them. I'm currently waiting for my titers to come back. I've enrolled in a CPR course, had my fingerprints done last week, and had all the shots required for the program. It's a lot, but I can't wait to start this journey! 

I'm curious if anyone knows when classes start in January? 

 

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Hello and congratulations

   Where did you get your titers done? How much did they cost, if that's not too personsal.

Do you know of any in the Brandon area that wont cost me too much.

Thanks

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I got them done at my Primary Doctor’s office. I only had to pay my $20 copay. I’m not familiar with Brandon area. Good luck!

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1 hour ago, Elizabeth_Garcia85 said:

I got them done at my Primary Doctor’s office. I only had to pay my $20 copay. I’m not familiar with Brandon area. Good luck!

Thank you very much for the information.

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Hello,

              This question is for everyone.Are all of you getting your immunizations again or getting titres ?  If you are getting titres does anyone know of any places in the tampa

/Brandon area.Any help will be greatly appreciated.Thanks.

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I had to get titers done since I did not have my immunization records. They just take your blood. I was immune to everything except Hep B. So I got my first dose last week, and have to go back Nov 22nd for my second dose. I’ll need a 3rd, but the school is okay if you have two with a doctors note. Be sure to check the information they sent you in your acceptance email! It tells you what the school will and will not accept and deadlines. I am lucky because the deadline for these immunizations is Dec 6, and I’m getting my second dose Nov 22nd! So I’m cutting it close. I’m glad I got started on them as soon as I could.

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@Ricefield

My first questions are do you have health insurance and a primary care physician? If so, your primary care physician should be able to provide you with lab paperwork to LabCorp or Quest Diagnostics.  If you do not have a primary care physician or health insurance you should be able to visit one of these providers to have the titers completed. Hope this information helps

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On 10/20/2019 at 4:09 PM, Elizabeth_Garcia85 said:

I just got my acceptance letter last week for Spring 2020. I was crying because I was #26 on the Alternate list. Once accepted, you only have a few days to get forms signed and back to them. I'm currently waiting for my titers to come back. I've enrolled in a CPR course, had my fingerprints done last week, and had all the shots required for the program. It's a lot, but I can't wait to start this journey! 

I'm curious if anyone knows when classes start in January? 

 

GPA: 3.38

TEAS: 60

Hello and congratulations

   Where did you get your titers done? How much did they cost, if that's not too personsal.

Do you know of any in the Brandon area that wont cost me too much.

Thanks

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Hello Tiese Scott

 Thank you for your reply.I do have insurance and a PCP .That was a big help. I will try them.Thank you and good day.

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@Ricefield

You’re welcome! Your PCP should be able to give you paperwork to take to Labcorp or Quest. Any vaccines needed... they should be able to administer them in their office. Good luck!!

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You all have me super paranoid!! Lol. If I got all my shots as a child and had my pediatrician fill out the immunization form as proof, I do not need titers. Right???

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On 10/20/2019 at 4:09 PM, Elizabeth_Garcia85 said:

HI Elizabeth Garcia85

Thank you for the information about your immunizations.Do all immunizations have to be complete by Dec.6th.

Every one is welcome to answer this question.

Hello and congratulations

   Where did you get your titers done? How much did they cost, if that's not too personsal.

Do you know of any in the Brandon area that wont cost me too much.

Thanks

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