1 Entrance Requirements to any Allied Health Program in the Maricopa Community College District As of September 1, 2011, The Maricopa Community College District is requiring all students interested in certificates an Arizona Department of Public /degrees in any Allied Health field to pursuing OBTAIN D supplemental background check before PASS Safety (DPS) Level One Fingerprint card and to the MCCC they are admitted into a program of study. meets The Level One Fingerprint C the most stringent background check criteria that DPS utilizes for ard healthcare applicants. Many healthcare institutions will not accept interns or applicants for hire without this level of investigation. may include, heck but are not limited to the following: The MCCCD Supplemental Background C National Federal Healthcare Fraud and Abuse database Social Security Verification Nationwide Criminal Database Nationwide Sexual Offender Residency History Registry Arizona Statewide Criminal Records Homeland Secu rity Search The current offenses that will lead to a “failing grade” are the following: (these are subject to change) Social Security Search – SS number does not belong to applicant sex offender database Any inclusion on any registered Any incl usion on any Federal exclusion list or Homeland Security watch list Any conviction of Felony no matter what age of the conviction Any warrants in any state Any misdemeanor conviction for the following, no matter how long ago o Violent crimes ny kind including non o consensual sexual crimes and sexual assault Sex crimes of a - o murder, attempted murder o abduction o assault o robbery arson o o extortion o burglary o pandering o any crime against minors, children, vulnerable adults including abuse, neglect, exploitation o any abuse or neglect
2 o any fraud illegal drugs o aggravated DUI o Any misdemeanor controlled substance conviction in the last 7 years Any other misdemeanor convictions within the last 3 years Exceptions: Any misdemeanor traffic (DUI is not considered Traffic) The Drug Sc reen will look for the following substances: 6. Amphetamines 1. Opiates Phencyclidine 7. 2. Barbiturates 3. Propoxyphene 8. Benzodiazepines 4. Cocaine 9. Marijuana 5. Methadone Applicants that fail any of the above checks and/or screens will not be permitted into the program.
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