Health Records

Due to the clinical nature of Jefferson College of Health Sciences, health records is a vital part of student success.

Failure to complete and turn in health records prior to deadlines will result in the inability to register for classes and/or attend clinicals.  All questions concerning health records should be directed to Tracy Jones at (540) 985-8501 or tljones1@jchs.edu

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FREE CPR CLASSES AVAILABLE FOR JEFFERSON STUDENTS

A number of CPR course opportunities have been arranged specifically for the for Jefferson College students over each semester. All classes will be held at 933 S. Jefferson (Carilion Life Support Institute) and be scheduled 5:30 - 10:30 p.m. To register for a course, call Carilion Direct at (540) 266-6000. They will need to let the operator know they are a Jefferson College student. There are only 18 spaces available per date, so register EARLY.

Spring 2018 dates will be available soon! Check back for updates.

If you have any questions or any problems registering for the class, please contact the Emergency Services Program Director, JC Cook via phone at (540) 985-8317 or via email at jccook@jchs.edu.


NEED A COPY OF ANY OF YOUR HEALTH OR CLINICAL RECORDS?

Do We Have Them?

  • Past Students from 2017 – Current Students: Your records will be on a 10-year retention schedule. As long as it has been less than 10 years since you last attended Jefferson, we have your records.
  • Past Students from 2011 – 2016: Your records are on a 7-year retention schedule, so as long as it has been less than 7 years since you last attended Jefferson, we have your records. 
  • Past Students from 2010 or before: I am sorry, but your files have been purged. Students that left the college before 2017 had a required retention record of 7 years, which has now passed.

How Do I Request Them?

  • Get the Authorization to Release form.
    • Stop by the Health Records office on the 4th floor of the College.
    • Email/fax/call the Health Records Specialist to get a copy emailed or faxed to you.
    • Download the Authorization for Release form below.
  • Fill out the form.
  • Return the form to the Health Records Specialist via fax, the online portal, or in-person.
    • DO NOT EMAIL the form back, as it could be an unsecure method.
  • Allow 24-48 hours for records to be ready.

What Methods Can Be Used to Receive Them?

  • Fax
  • Mail
  • Pick up in person

Authorization for Release download