Crimson Wife Posted April 29, 2015 Share Posted April 29, 2015 I'm trying to get my ducks in a row for fall. The SLP Asst. program I'm starting requires Hep B immunization and a recent TDaP booster so I went and got those today. One of hospitals where I could possibly get placed for the practicum wants blood titers as proof of immunity against measles and chicken pox. Before I go out and pay for the blood titers I'm wondering if this is a common requirement. The elementary school where I volunteer as literacy tutor was fine with my immunization records and a signed statement that I had chicken pox as a kid. Has it been your experience that places want blood titers as proof of immunity? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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