CertifiedProfile is the account for your Document/Immunization Tracker, Background Check and Drug Screen. Once you set up your account with Certified Background.com you will be able to upload all documents needed for compliance and have access to your Background Check and Drug Screen when they are completed. In your account you will also have additional online storage for personal documents, help with writing reference requests and other services.
After your program registration session, you will receive your College e-mail account where you will be sent the code(s) needed to sign-up for your CertifiedProfile account, as well as the deadline for signing up. You will be directed to go to certifiedbackground.com to enter the package code(s) in the “Place Order” box.
After signing-up, please call CertifiedProfile at 888.914.7279 if you have questions or for assistance in navigating the website.
To upload your documents, there are several options:
Antibody titer is a laboratory test that measures the level of antibodies in a blood sample. The antibody level in the blood tells your doctor whether or not you have been exposed to an antigen or something that the body thinks is foreign. The body uses antibodies to attack and remove foreign substances.
A blood sample is needed to perform the test. For information on how this is done, see: Venipuncture. No special preparation is necessary for this test.
Live vaccines (MMR, varicella) can interfere with the results of a TST, however live vaccines can be administered on the same day as a TST without interfering with the results. If a live vaccine is given a day or more before a TST, there must be a 28 day interval between the vaccine and the TST. A live vaccine can be given following the evaluation of a TST.
NOTE: In the case of a 2 step TST, a dose of MMR or varicella vaccine can be given on the same day the first TST is administered. Then 28 days must elapse between that dose of MMR or varicella vaccine and administering a second TST.
For the Influenza (flu shot), you have the option to complete a declination form. The form can be downloaded from your account. The purpose of this form is for declining the immunization for reasons of health or religion. The form should not be completed to state the immunization will be done when available. Influenza is seasonal and usually available Oct. – April. For Clarkson College Influenza is due by Nov. 30, the requirement would be uploaded then for the current year.
Yes, there are two. One is located in the Library on the second floor; another is available in the Success Center, located on the upper level of the Student Center.
Yes, there is one in the Library on the second floor.
Yes, it can be downloaded here or from your Certified Profile account if required.
Lori Bachle, Health Care Services and General Education
Ellen Collins, Director Radiologic Technology and Medical Imaging
Dr. Patricia Coyle-Rogers, Director Master of Science in Nursing & Doctor of Nursing Practice
Carla Dirkschneider, Director Health Care Business
Dr. Andreia Nebel, Director Physical Therapist Assistant
Cindy Schlotfeld, Director Undergraduate Nursing