We have submitted a request to continue our Observer Program to the COVID-19 Taskforce. We hope to start processing observer requests soon. You are welcome to begin the process by following the instructions below.
An observer is a person who is in the facility to shadow a specific person(s). The observer will have no direct physical contact with the patient, nor would he/she, in any way, direct or participate in the treatment of the patient. This person is in the organization to observe only. You must be at least 16 years of age to observe in our facilities. If you are under the age of 18 you will need to have your legal parent or guardian fill out the Minor Observer Agreement
and upload it on your application. The application is located near the bottom of this page.
- A typical observation experience in any Logan Health department is 4-8 hours.
- Most communications from the Student Department are done via email so please check the email you provide in your application for any updates, approvals or any documentation needed to complete your request.
- We are closed on weekends so if you plan to observe on a weekend, please make sure you have received approval and obtained your observer ID badge or made arrangements to do so, before you schedule your observation date and time.
Instructions and Requirements to Observe or Shadow
We appreciate your interest in observing at Logan Health. Please give us 30 days to process your request
. We will try our best but may not be able to honor your request. Approvals are based on the number of requests received, census, staffing and space restrictions. Observer requests are processed once all requirements listed below are met. If your observation has not been completed within 6 months from the date of your application submission, you will need to start the process over.
You will not be able to save your information and return to your application so will need to review the policies and collect documentation of your immunizations and communicable disease records listed below prior to filling out the Observer Application. You will also need to provide a current, conservative, professional photo for your student ID badge when filling out the application. Please make sure the photo follows the HR 530d Dress Code Policy below. No hats, or sunglasses are permitted in the submitted photo. You will not be able to complete your application without the documentation and a photo to upload. When uploading documents or photos please do not use documents with HEIC extensions. We cannot open them.
Required immunization and communicable disease records:
Tuberculosis (TB) Management Form
- MMR (measles, mumps, rubella): Two official records of vaccinations OR positive results from titers showing immunity
- Varicella (chickenpox): Record of two vaccinations OR positive titer results showing immunity OR observers can provide documentation for proof of having the chickenpox from their Primary Care Provider
- Tdap (tetanus w/pertussis): Vaccination record is required
- TB test (PPD-tuberculosis):
- You will be required to provide a negative TB skin test (PPD), T-SPOT blood test or QuantiFERON Gold (QFT) blood test, unless your observation experience is going to be less than 8 hours .
- Please fill out the TB questionnaire below for approval of observation experiences under 8 hours total.
Once your application has been received and all documentation approved, your request will be sent to the department. This can take some time depending on how busy the department is so if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us. When we hear back from the department we will let you know if they accepted your request. This communication will be via email so please check the email you provide in your application for any updates, approvals or any documentation needed to complete your request.
Review HR530d Dress Code Policy
Review EDU800 Policy
Watch this Hand Washing Video
Review HIPAA and Helpful Information
All observers are required to park in the student parking area designated on the map below. Failure to do so can lead to termination of the educational experience here at Logan Health. All observers are permitted to ride the Logan Health campus employee shuttle at no charge within it's normal operational hours.
Student and Observer Parking
We have provided a link below to virtual panels that were recorded in 2021. The individuals that were a part of these panels are local and have experience as instructors, students or healthcare professionals in these areas. We will add additional panels and videos as they become available.
Multiple Career Videos:
Pursuing Careers in Health Care and Bioscience
Medical Assistant Career Video