Equal Access / Equal Opportunity Statement and Advisories

For more information

(860) 714-5344
or email Program Director and Clinical Coordinator
Jeffrey C. Hill, BS, RDCS, FASE
jehill@stfranciscare.org
 

The Hoffman Heart and Vascular Institute School of Invasive Cardiovascular Technology

114 Woodland Street
Hartford, CT 06105

Hoffman Heart and Vascular Institute of CT is committed to an environment that embraces diversity, respects the rights of all individuals, is open and accessible, and is free of harassment and discrimination based on, but not limited to, ethnicity, race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex, marital status, national origin, genetic information, political opinions or affiliations, and veterans status in all its programs, activities and employment.

Pregnancy/Radiation Advisory

Individuals who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy should seek expert advice from their health care provider, so that they may receive information to make an informed decision regarding their exposure to infectious diseases and radiation working as an Invasive Cardiovascular Technologist. A statement from the student's healthcare provider noting that the student may proceed through the program with no limitations will be required of all students that are pregnant or are planning on becoming pregnant.

Immunization Advisory

Cardiac Cath Lab

Immunizations are required in order to participate in clinical education. Individuals with allergies to required immunizations should seek expert advice from their healthcare provider so that they may receive information to make an informed decision regarding their exposure to infectious diseases in the healthcare field. A statement from the student's health care provider noting that the student may proceed through the program with no limitations will be required of all students declaring an immunization allergy.

Latex Advisory

The use of latex/latex based products may exist in healthcare universal precautions and in environments such as, but not limited to: classrooms and training labs, hospitals, nursing care facilities, laboratories, clinical areas and medical/dental offices. Individuals with latex allergies should seek expert advice from their health care provider so that they may receive information to make an informed decision regarding their exposure to latex in the healthcare field.