All domestic and international students, both new and returning, registered in any of the programs listed in the right navigation bar, are required to complete the
mandatory program specific pre-placement health forms. These forms must be completed by the deadline in order for all students to be eligible for field and clinical placements during their current academic year. Failure to do so or to meet all listed
requirements will result in exclusion from the program.
It is recommended that students start this process immediately upon confirmation of acceptance into the program; it may take up to 10 to 14 weeks for completion. The required health forms can be accessed by clicking on the specific program link on the
right side of this page. Alternatively students may attend a scheduled
information session for additional information. Completed forms may be checked by the Pre-Placement Health Coordinator prior to being submitted to ParaMed’s Requisite Office for final
Medical immunization and laboratory blood test results
Please read carefully all the specific medical requirements written on the pre-placement health form. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that a doctor or healthcare professional properly completes, signs and stamps all health forms. If you do
not have a family doctor, you may visit any Walk-in Clinic available in your area. Do not book an appointment with ParaMed’s Requisite Office until all medical requirements are completed and a healthcare professional has finalized
the forms; arriving at a ParaMed appointment without the appropriate completed documents will result in charges of an additional service fee.
Police vulnerable sector check/Standard First Aid/CPR/ mask fit test
If applicable to your program, you are also responsible to arrange, pay for and complete any/all additional non-medical requirements on your own time. Additional requirements are listed on the program specific forms (see links on right side of page.)
Additional fees will be charged for the
ParaMed Requisite office visits; two step-TB Skin Tests; Varicella and Hepatitis B vaccines (Doctor’s
fees); Standard First Aid and CPR certifications; mask fit testing; and police check application forms. All additional costs and service fees associated with the overall health form requirements are the responsibility of the student.
Once program registration and confirmation have been received and all pre-placement health forms have been completed students must create an account and book a mandatory appointment with the ParaMed Requisite Office at
www.georgebrownhealth.ca Both original and photocopies of the health form documents as well as the required fee payment must be taken to the scheduled
ParaMed is located at 480 University Avenue on the 7th floor, Suite #704 (Northwest corner of University and Dundas, beside CIBC Bank, St. Patrick Subway Station). No walk-in visits are allowed.
Should you need to cancel your ParaMed appointment (with 24 hours’ notice), log-on to your ParaMed account online at
www.georgebrownhealth.ca ; enter student ID# and password and follow instructions carefully. A fine will be charged for failure to cancel appointments
with less than
24 hours’ notice or for missed appointments (service fees vary annually).
If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment, please contact Suzette Martinuzzi, Pre-placement Coordinator at (416) 415-5000, ext. 3415, or
The Clinical Pre-placement office has two locations: 51 Dockside Drive, Room 702, 7th Floor, Waterfront campus, Toronto, ON M5A 0B6 and 200 King Street East, Room 401B, 4th Floor, Building A, St. James campus, M5A 3W8. Business Hours: Monday to Friday,
8:00 am to 3:30 pm, by appointment only.