Allied Health Immunizations

In order to be in compliance with both New Mexico law and clinical facility requirements, students in CCC's Allied Health programs are required to provide proof of current immunization records. Students should not delay completing their immunizations, as some may take up to 4-6 months to complete.

Once students have applied to their prospective program and been accepted, immunization requirements must be submitted with documentation from a physician and given to the Allied Health Clinical Coordinator upon request. NOTE: Do not turn in proof of immunizations to the CCC Admissions and Records department.


Allied Health students must comply with both New Mexico law and clinical facility requirements related to immunization and testing. Note: Students should not delay completing their immunizations; some take up to 4-6 months to complete.

If students lack documentation of vaccines/vaccine series or current titers showing immunity, they must follow the posted immunization schedules listed below. The minimum time intervals must be met. Travel or accelerated schedules are NOT acceptable for Allied Health Students.


-  Date(s) of Immunization(s)              - Vaccine manufacturer

-  Place of service                                   - Vaccine lot number

-  Results of serologic test if given       - Vaccine expiration date

Signature & Printed name of healthcare professional



Option 1

Option 2


Two doses of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.  Pfizer has a minimum of 21 days.  Moderna has a minimum of 28 days between doses.  No more than 42 days between each dose.  Or, One dose of Johnson & Johnson


Measles* (Rubeola)

 Two doses of measles vaccine on or after their first birthday and at least 30 days apart   **See note

Serologic test positive for measles antibody ***See note


 Two doses of mumps vaccine on or after their first birthday 

Serologic test positive for mumps antibody  ***See note


 One dose of rubella vaccine on or after their first birthday

Serologic test positive for rubella antibody  ***See note

Hepatitis B (Hep B)

 The minimum interval between the first two doses is 4 weeks, and the minimum interval between the second and third doses is 8 weeks.  However, the first and third doses should be separated by no less than 16 weeks. It is not necessary to restart the series or add doses because of an extended interval between doses.

Serologic test positive for Hepatitis B antibody  ***See note

Varicella (Chicken Pox)

Two doses of varicella vaccine on or after their first birthday and at least 90 days apart prior to age thirteen. Vaccination doses should be given 28 days apart after thirteenth birthday.

Serologic test positive for varicella antibody  ***See note


Physician documented history or diagnosis of varicella  ***See note


 Documentation of prior Tdap vaccination. Td booster must be documented if Tdap was received more than ten years prior.

 If prior immunization is unknown or unverifiable, consult healthcare professional regarding obtaining immunization.

 *Measles, Mumps, Rubella is also known as the combined MMR vaccine.

**Combined MMR vaccine is the preferred vaccine if recipient is eligible.

***Must be the date of diagnosis or test collection; not when primary care provider signed immunization form.


Tuberculin (TB)

 All students must present documentation of a negative tuberculin skin test (PPD) administered within one year of beginning clinical activities involving direct patient care or present evidence of a negative chest x-ray for tuberculosis (TB) obtained within one year of beginning clinical activities, if the TB skin test is positive. 

Tuberculosis skin tests must be repeated yearly while students are enrolled in any Allied Health Program.


 Students are required to receive an annual or seasonal flu vaccination. Flu season generally begins in the fall (September/October) and runs through mid–to-late spring


10+ Panel Drug Sceeen

 A mandatory 10+ Panel Drug Screen will be scheduled during the week of orientation.  This fee has been covered in your student fees.


For the CDC Required Adult/Healthcare Professionals Immunization Schedule, please go to

Contact Info

For more information about the Allied Health programs at CCC in Clovis, New Mexico, please contact:

Shawna McGill, MSN, RN
Division Chair of Allied Health

Jennifer Bussey

Academic Advisor


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