Health Exam for Freshmen

2019 Health Examination for National Chengchi University Freshmen and Transfer Students

NCCU extends a warm welcome to all incoming first-year student! To help protect your health and legal rights, the University implements health examination in accordance with the “Implementation Rule for Health Examination for National Chengchi University Student”. The health examination should be completed within one month of the start of the semester (by Oct. 10 2019). Students who fail to complete the health examination procedure within this time will be asked to leave University dormitory accommodation, and may be issued an official warning or minor demerit in accordance with Article 3 of the “Implementation Rule for Health Examination for National Chengchi University Students”.

From August 13th to 27th, please fill out the National Chengchi University (NCCU) Student Health Information Card” online and choose the health examination method that is preferable to you).

 

 

The explanation below is divided into five sections: Sections I to IV list important notices for each health examination method, and section V provides an illustrated health examination flowchart.

  1. On-Campus examination
  2. Examination at a University-designated institution
  3. Examination at an approved public or private hospital
  4. Submitting a health examination report for the current year (dated between July and September, 2019)
  5. First-year student health examination flowchart  

 

I. On-Campus examination   

  1. Health examination time: Please arrive at the appropriate time and date for the examination.

(I) Graduate Students: Saturday, September 7, 2019

Time

8:30 to 10:00

10:00 to 11:30

13:00 to 14:30

14:30 to 16:00

Graduate Students

Doctoral or Part-time Master Programs

Master Programs: College of Commerce

Master Programs:

College of Foreign Languages, Communication,

Social Sciences, and Foreign Languages

Masters Programs:

Liberal Arts, Science, International Affairs ,and Education

 

(II) Undergraduate Students: Sunday, September 8, 2019

Time

8:00 to 10:00

10:00 to 11:30

13:00 to 14:30

14:30 to 16:30

Undergrad

Students

College of Commerce

College of Liberal Arts, Science, Law, and Communication

College of Foreign Languages, Education,Social Sciences,and Foreign Languages

College of Social Sciences, and International Affairs

 

  1. Examination site: Sih Wei Hall, National Chengchi University
  2. Fee: NT 600, to be paid at check-in
  3. Examination notice:

(1) From August 13th to 27th, please fill out the information on the front side of the “NCCU Student Health Information Card” online (you do not have to print it out) by August 27 (Tuesday), bring one 2-inch photo taken within the last three months, and pay the examination fee at the reception desk.

(2) During the three days prior to the examination, please try to maintain a normal diet and normal sleeping habits; do not eat or drink excessively. On the day of the examination, you may eat breakfast as normal. Please wear comfortable shoes or sandals that can easily be taken off to facilitate the examination. If you are pregnant, you should notify the nursing personnel to not take a chest X-ray.

5. To ensure that the health examination proceeds smoothly, please arrive on your designated date. Graduate students who are unable to come on Sep.7th may attend the undergraduate session on Sep. 8 th. Undergraduate students who are unable to come on Sep.8 th may attend the graduate session on Sep. 7 th.

  1. Accessing health examination results: All reports are expected to be opened for online inquiry on meddle of October.

 

II. Examination at a University-designated institution: Chi Hsin Clinic

  1. Please fill out the information on the front side of the “NCCU Student Health Information Card” online beforehand, print out the card (two pages) and bring it along with one 2-inch photo taken within the last three months to the clinic.
  2. Health examination time:August 28th (Wednesday) to September 20th (Friday)
  3. Fee: NT 600
  4. Address: 4F, No. 42, Sec. 3, Jianguo North Rd., Taipei City
  5. The clinic offers health examinations during the following times:

                          Monday thru Friday: 1300-1900 (Check-in time until 18:30)

                          Saturday: 1300-1630 (Check-in time until 16:00)

       Please contact the clinic in advance to book an examination.    

  1. Please contact Ms. Luo Li-Ling for more information at 02-25070723 ext. 188
  2. To avoid long waits, we recommend that you arrange to have the examination on a weekday.

The health examination fee for students failing to complete the examination by the specified deadline (September 21st ) will be increased to NT 700.

 

III. Examination at an approved public or private hospital:

  1. Please fill out the information on the front side of the “NCCU Student Health Information Card” online beforehand, print out the card (two pages), and bring it along with one 2-inch photo taken within the last three months to an approved public or private hospital for the health examination. After getting the report stamped with the official seal of the hospital performing the examination, you should mail the report to the Health Service Section, Office of Student Affairs, ensuring that it arrives by September 30 th Monday. (Please keep in mind that it normally takes 14 to 16 working days for a hospital to issue a health examination report. Please be sure to get your examination as early as possible!)

  2. After mailing in the required materials to the Health Service Section, please call or log in to  http://moltke.cc.nccu.edu.tw/stuhealth/student.health.login to check whether it has been received.

IV. Submit a health examination report for the current year (dated between July and September, 2019)

*The examination items must conform exactly to the content of the National Chengchi University Student Health Information Card; any items that are not included will need to be examined separately

  1. Please make a photocopy of the health examination report, and note your name, department, and telephone number on it.
  2. Please fill out the information on the front side of the “NCCU Student Health Information Card” online beforehand, print out the card (two pages), and bring it along with one 2-inch photo taken within the last three months.
  3. The above two items should be mailed (using registered mail) to the Health Service Section, Office of Student Affairs, by September 30th.
  4. After mailing in the required materials to the Health Service Section, please call or log in to http://moltke.cc.nccu.edu.tw/stuhealth/student.health.login to check whether it has been received.

 

 Note:

  1. Students taking an extended leave of absence, performing military service, or interrupting their studies, but retaining their registration as a student, are not required to take the health examination; the health examination can be postponed until recommencing their studies.
  2. Students whose families are registered with their local city, township, or rural township office as low-income households, aboriginal (indigenous) students, and students who hold a Serious Injury/Disease Card should bring documentary evidence of the above to the nursing station when attending the health examination in order to waive the health examination fee.
  3. According to Regulations for the Implementation of Health Examinations for Students and Regulations for Governing Visiting, Residency, and Permanent Residency of Aliens, I authorize NCCU to disclose the information on the Student Health Form to the NCCU Physical and Mental Health Center and the health examination contracted hospitals for student healthcare administration.
  4. Article 3 of the Implementation Rules for Health Examinations for National Chengchi University Students stipulates that students who will not be able to take the physical examination within the specified time limit should submit an application for deferral prior to the expiry of the time limit; a deferral may then be approved at the discretion of the University. The health examination deferral application form can be downloaded from the website of the Health Service Section, Office of Student Affairs at: http://osa.nccu.edu.tw/files/19086005325b0fb68912564.pdf.

Physical and Mental Health Center, Office of Student Affairs

Tel: (02)823-77425

Address: 2F, No. 117, Sec. 2, Zhinan Rd., Wenshan District, Taipei City 116

E-MAIL: health@nccu.edu.tw

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

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