Clinical Rotations Details and Application
A clinical rotation is a necessary requirement of a student’s academic program. Students are placed in a supervised learning environment in which they put skills developed in the classroom into practice. This application is for individuals who are interested in Northfield Hospital and Clinics Clinical Rotation Program. Due to the limited number of spaces in our program, we cannot guarantee a spot for every applicant.
Clinical Rotations Information, Details and Application
Who can apply to the program?
Students enrolled in dedicated professional programs that need to fulfill a clinical rotation requirement to complete their degree.
In order to be considered for a job shadow, you must complete the following forms and upload all documentation. Please have all documents ready to upload before starting the form.
The form will NOT submit unless you have completed all fields and all forms have been uploaded.
Please have the following forms completed and ready to upload as a bmp, doc, docx, gif, jpeg, pdf, png, psd, tif. Files cannot be larger than 25 Mb per upload.
- Mantoux test results
- MN Background Clearance Letter
- Proof of Personal Liability Insurance
- MN RN Licensure
What if I have trouble with the application?
|Fully vaccinated (2 shot series Pfizer or Moderna, 1 shot Johnson and Johnson)
|Measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR)
|2 doses of MMR - OR - positive lab titers showing immunity for mumps, measles, and rubella
|Negative 2 step TST test - OR - negative blood assay M. tuberculosis (BAMT) test in their medical history with annual negative TST or BAMT.Observers with a positive TST test must have a negative chest x-ray at least 12 months8 after conversion and negative symptoms.
|Completed 3 shot series, or positive antibody titer - OR - 2 of the 3 shots completed with series in progress - OR - an observer may document their decision to decline to be vaccinated against Hepatitis B
|2 doses of Varicella - OR - positive lab titers showing immunity for Varicella
|Annual seasonal flu