Dr. Haulman graduated from the University of California at San Diego School of Medicine in 1980 and completed her residency in pediatrics at the Children's Hospital Medical Center in Seattle in 1983. She is board certified in both Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine. She currently holds the faculty appointment of Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the UW School of Medicine.
In 1996 she returned to the UW. Since that time she has been involved in travel vaccine research. She is currently the Medical Provider for the Travel Clinic and serves as the communicable disease liaison for the UW Campus. Her clinical practice is currently limited to counseling pre-travel patients.
1. Why is it important to maintain a medical record?
Each time you visit a Hall Health Center provider, a record of your visit is made. Typically this record contains your symptoms, examination and text results, diagnoses, treatment, and a plan for future care or treatment. This information, often called your health or medical record, serves as:
The requirement is for TWO measles immunizations OR a positive titer (blood) immunity test. Two doses of vaccine are needed to ensure long-lasting immunity because of waning immunity in adults who only received the single dose regimen.
MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) immunizations are available at Hall Health's Immunization Clinic. If you have had two doses of measles or the MMR vaccine but do not have documentation, you could have a titer, which is a blood test to confirm immunity.
We can bill many insurance plans. Please check with your insurance plan before you come in to the clinic to see if the cost of these services are covered by your benefits.
The UW Measles Requirement form can be downloaded from our website here and faxed to (206) 221-6628. Please read both sides of the form. Fill it out legibly and completely and be sure to include your student ID number on it.
If you are unable to download the form, you may fax or mail copies of your documentation to us. Please include your name, address and student ID number with any documentation you send.
The Immunization Clinic is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM, with
closure for lunch from 12:30 to 1:30, (effective July 16, 2012). Tuesdays the Immunization Clinic hours are 9 AM to 5 PM, with closure for lunch 12:30 to 1:30.
Students who are unable to register due to a measles hold must BEGIN THE PROCESS of satisfying the requirement in order to have their hold lifted.
For more information email the Immunization Clinic at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Measles information line: (206) 616-4672
Phone: (206) 685-1018
Address: Immunization Clinic, Rm.101
Hall Health Center
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-4410