Medical Chaperone Training

Starting July 1, 2023, an Oregon Medical Board licensee must offer a trained chaperone to be physically present for all genital, rectal, and breast examinations, see OAR 847-010-0130. Licensees should ensure that chaperones understand their responsibilities to protect patients’ privacy and the confidentiality of health information. No additional training is required if the chaperone holds an active Oregon license to practice a health care profession (physician, physician assistant, registered nurse, etc.). If the chaperone does not hold a health care professional license, the chaperone must complete a course for medical chaperones approved by the Oregon Medical Board. Rogue Community College has been approved by the Oregon Medical Board to provide this training.

No Refunds

 Questions may be referred to Sara Cook, 541-955-7568
A Zoom link will be sent prior to class date.

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