The Master of Science in Medical Sciences (MAMS) program is one of...
Health Insurance and Compliance
Boston University is very concerned about the health and wellness of our entire student community. To this end, the University requires that every incoming student have a physical examination by a licensed practitioner and be immunized against the following common communicable diseases: measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), tetanus, hepatitis-B and (bacterial) meningitis. In addition, clinical students who will see patients at Boston Medical Center (and other Boston hospitals) are required to have documentation of varicella immunity, a hepatitis B serum titer and a two step tuberculosis skin test. These requirements are indicated on the appropriate “Health History and Physical Examination Report”.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires that all full-time undergraduate and graduate students, all full-time and part-time health science students, and any full-time or part-time international students submit proof of immunization.
The “Health History and Physical Examination Report” or “Health Form”, available on the Student Health Services website, outlines the requirements.