Please click on the tabs below for information on the onboarding process.
myClinicalExchange (mCE) is Prisma Health’s student data management system through which we centralize all student clearances. Once your mCE account has been created, you will receive an automated introductory email from mCE prompting you to log in and complete your compliance checklist. 🛑Do not attempt to log into mCE without having received the automated email. You will not be connected with your rotation and will be prompted to pay.
For All Logins
Make sure you click the “Students” button at the bottom of the page to log in. If you click the “Student” button at the top of the page, you will be in the wrong location and will be directed to pay for your mCE account. Students rotating at Prisma Health DO NOT pay for their mCE accounts.
First Initial Login
- Click on https://www.myClinicalExchange.com.
- Enter the email address you provided as contact for your student experience and the security code. Select “Email Password” and NOT “Change Password.“
- Check your inbox (and spam/junk folder) for the password reset link.
- Click the reset link and create a password. You will then be able to log in.
- Accept the Website Terms/Privacy and Web App usage Terms of Service statement.
- Once you have entered the site, the system will prompt you to create security questions to reset your password in the future. You can skip this step by clicking the “Skip Now” button. If you prefer setting those security questions, please do so and click on the “Save and Continue” button.
You will receive an email at the beginning of May with your login information for mCE. Before you get started, we want to help you prepare for the onboarding process. Please note: all onboarding requirements absolutely must be completed by the deadlines below. Feel free to submit items from both stages of clearance as soon as they are available (you don’t have to wait until the Stage 2 deadline to submit those items). For students who will be traveling in the spring or summer, please make sure this process is complete prior to leaving to ensure there is no delay at orientation.
Clearance, Stage 1
Must be completed by June 7, 2021
- Date of Birth
- Social Security Number
- ID Badge Photograph
- Prisma Health Badge Number
- Mobile Phone Number
- AAMC ID
- Emergency Contact
- Health Restrictions/Allergies
- EMT Polo Size
- T-shirt Size
- Vehicle Make & Model
- Vehicle License Plate State & Tag Number
Clearance, Stage 2
Must be completed and approved by HSC SAA by July 5, 2021
- TB Screening
- Hepatitis B
- COVID Vaccine
- Respiratory Fit Test
- Learning Hub Modules
- BLS Certification
- Spanish Medical Interpreter
- Locker Assignment
- UofSC Documents
Why Stage 1 and Stage 2?
Once you have all your clearance items ready, it is time to complete your compliance checklist in myClinicalExchange (mCE). For help signing into mCE, please view the myClinicalExchange tab.
Note: In your compliance checklist, you may see the following icons:
- Green thumb up ()
- A green thumb up indicates the item has been approved and is clear.
- Red thumb down ()
- A red thumb down can mean two things:
- You have not yet submitted the item for approval
- The item is out of compliance
- The item will expire during your rotation period.
- This item is not out of compliance until the renewal date listed on your compliance checklist.
- This item is not affecting your overall clearance.
- Common items affected include TB, Flu, TDAP Respiratory Fit test, BLS/ACLS
Certifications & UofSC Document Requirements
Immunization & Medical Information
The UofSC School of Medicine Greenville does not require testing for HIV or viral hepatitis. However, knowledge of one’s own HIV and hepatitis status is strongly encouraged for students who will be performing invasive procedures that could put patients or other individuals at risk of infection, and have reason to believe they may have been exposed to these infections. The UofSC School of Medicine Greenville does not discriminate against students on the basis of hepatitis or HIV infection. However, students who know they are infected with HIV or hepatitis or believe they may be infected have an ethical obligation to disclose this information so that appropriate duty modifications can be made if necessary.
- Maps of all Prisma Health campuses
- Link to discounts you can receive using your Prisma Health ID badge
- Updates on clearance/onboarding requirements
- Link to Prisma Health careers
- Information on area events
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