Before orientation, you're required to complete an occupational health assessment with Employee Health at Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida. This includes an occupational health history and assessment, drug screening, blood tests (if needed), and tuberculosis surveillance.
Your occupational health assessment must be completed no later than the Wednesday before your start date. Failure to complete your occupational health assessment in this time frame may delay your start date in your training program.
Patient contact will be prohibited until up-to-date immunization records are documented and the pre-employment drug screen has been completed.
Arrange your appointment by calling Employee Health at 904-953-2431. Appointments are available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. You may want to consider combining this appointment with your house-hunting trip. Employee Health is located in Room 130 North in the Vincent A. Stabile Building, which is behind Mayo's complex of clinical buildings.
Plan to arrive at least 20 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. You may choose to park in lots E2, E3, E4, E5 or E6 — refer to this parking map for detailed locations. Additionally, please complete the required forms prior to your appointment, as your actual appointment will take about 30 to 45 minutes.
Items to bring
Bring these materials to your appointment:
- Photo identification, such as a current driver's license, state ID card or U.S. passport
- Any prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses, as you'll undergo a vision check
- Any prescription medications; bring either the bottles or a copy of the prescriptions
- Your immunization records should be uploaded directly into MedHub before your appointment (see more information below)
- Tuberculin skin test results from within the past year (see more information below) if available
Immunization and tuberculosis requirements
- Rubeola (measles). Documentation of two doses of the rubeola or MMR vaccine administered after 1 year of age, or documentation of a titer indicating immunity.
- Mumps. Documentation of two doses of the mumps or MMR vaccine administered after 1 year of age, or documentation of a titer indicating immunity.
- Rubella (German measles). Documentation of two doses of the rubella or MMR vaccine administered after 1 year of age, or documentation of a titer indicating immunity.
- Varicella. Documentation of two doses of the varicella vaccine administered after 1 year of age, or documentation of a titer indicating immunity.
- Hepatitis B. Documentation of three doses of the hepatitis B vaccine with documentation of a titer indicating immunity (HBsAb+). If you haven't had this vaccine or have a negative titer (HBsAb) and don't want to receive the vaccine, you may sign a declination to vaccinate.
- Tuberculosis (TB) surveillance. Requirements depend on your history.
- History of negative reactions. A two-step TB skin test is required. If you have documentation of a negative TB skin test within the past year, only one TB skin test will be required.
- History of positive reactions. Documentation of the TB skin test with induration recorded in millimeters is required, as is documentation of a chest X-ray done within the past 12 months. IGRA within the past six months and treatment history will be reviewed.
Feb. 14, 2018