TB Testing & Immunizations

Please note that services are available for currently enrolled students ONLY.

TB screening tests (free) are given at the following times with the exception of holidays or unforeseen reasons:

    • Mondays : 9:00 -10:00 am, 2:00 - 2:30 pm, and 5:30 - 7:00 pm.
    • Tuesdays from 10:00 -11:00 am and 2:00 - 2:30 pm.
    • Appointments are NOT necessary.
    • Your TB test must be read 48-72 hours later. Monday TB tests are read on Wednesday or Thursday and Tuesday TB tests are read on Thursday or Friday.
    • Click HERE for more information on the TB testing.

The following immunizations are available by appointment:

 * Click on each immunizations for more information.

Blood Titers for the following are also available for the following (please check with us about pricing):

    • Hepatitis B Titer
    • Rubella Titer (German Measles)
    • Rubeola Titer (Measles)
    • Mumps titer
    • Varicella Titer (Chickenpox)

Hepatitis B  is a vaccine preventable disease and is the main cause of liver cancer. Asian and Pacific Islanders are the most affected (1 in 12 are infected), compared to other racial groups (1 in 1000 non-Hispanic Whites). Chronic Hepatitis B in the early stages often has no symptoms, and delays can be too late for treatment.
Who should be screened?

    • Anyone seeking protection from the HBV infection
    • Healthcare and public safety workers
    • Anyone who has had unprotected sex, or needle-sharing contacts of persons infected with HBV
    • Intravenous drug users
    • Those with more than one sex partner
    • Men who have sex with men
    • Those infected with HIV and/or other sexually transmitted disease
    • Pregnant women
    • Travelers or persons born to parents from regions where Hepatitis B is common (Asia, Africa, South America, the Pacific Islands, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East)

Get screened early - know your Hep B status. Call De Anza Student Health Services (408.864.8732) to make a low cost screening appointment.
For more information: www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/ or liver.stanford.edu

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