Pre-Placement Health Screening
- Once an applicant has accepted an offer, the applicant will be contacted by Sentara RMH Occupational Health to schedule the pre-placement assessment and toxicology/drug screen.
- Sentara RMH Occupational Health/Human Resources is located at the main hospital campus, on the lower level, 540-689-6240. Sentara RMH is located at 2010 Health Campus Drive, Harrisonburg VA 22801.
For the Pre-Placement assessment, please bring with you:
- Completed Pre-Placement Health Assessment - Submit online or print out completed form and bring it with you to your appointment
- Identification proving your eligibility to work in the US
- License/certification for your job (if applicable)
- CPR certification card (if applicable
- Education verification as requested
- Picture ID – Driver’s license or official DMV ID card is preferred.
- Copies of any TB test you have had within the past 12 months.
- Documentation of the following vaccines:
- Hepatitis B Vaccine series
- MMR (Measles, Mumps & Rubella)
- Varicella Vaccine
- Tdap vaccine (Tetanus, diphtheria, adult pertussis)
- Influenza Vaccine for current influenza season
- If always positive PPD skin test, documentation of positive test, follow up evaluation and treatment and a chest x-ray within the previous 24 months.
- All medications that you are taking.
- Eyeglasses or contacts if applicable.
- If you are not 18 years of age, a responsible parent or legal guardian that can sign a consent for you.
Influenza Prevention Policy
Sentara has adopted a new influenza prevention policy that will require all employees, physicians, volunteers, students and vendors to be immunized against the flu or to wear a mask while at any Sentara facility if they are unable or unwilling to receive the flu vaccine.
This policy is based on evidence that shows healthcare workers can unintentionally expose patients to seasonal influenza if the workers have not been immunized. Evidence also indicates that such exposure can be dangerous to vulnerable patients.
Healthcare organizations have an obligation to prevent the spread of infection to patients in their care. In addition, health care consumers also have the right to assume that health care personnel and the organizations that employ them will take all reasonable measures to reduce and avoid transmission of preventable diseases. This is a best practice in preventing the spread of influenza and an initiative many health systems have adopted. It is another step forward in our safety journey and our efforts to get results that count.