WesternU Health Orientation and HIPAA Training

This article will guide you through the steps to complete one of the following:

If you were redirected back to this site because you have already completed your required quizzes, you can select one of the links above to be taken directly to your specific training site.  If you are unsure which site you should navigate to, some sample scenarios are listed at the bottom of this page to assist.

Review relevant materials attached to the article!


The attached documents on the right will provide you with all the necessary information required to complete the mandatory HIPAA and Orientation quizzes.

Once you've reviewed the materials, and you're ready to move forward, continue on to step two.

Please select the statement below that best describes you:

(Selecting one of the links below will take you to the correct training for your specific requirements)

  1. I am a student rotating through a WesternU Health Center and need an account to access the medical records system.
  2. I am a student that will be rotating outside of WesternU and need to complete the University Compliance HIPAA training as required by my college.
  3. I am a student contact tracer that needs to complete the basic HIPAA training as part of the university contact tracing requirements.
  4. I am a student who will be attending an external rotation.  My rotation site is requesting I complete the OSHA required Bloodborne Pathogens Training and provide proof of completion.
  1. I am a new WesternU Health staff member or provider starting in clinic for the first time.
  2. I am a current WesternU Health staff member or provider and need to complete my annual HIPAA training.
  3. I am a WesternU Administration or Operations member, or University Contact Tracer, and need to complete the basic university HIPAA Training.
Additional Trainings:
  1. I am a student extern rotating through a WesternU Health Center or Location.
  2. I am a non-WesternU provider that is providing patient care services on behalf of WesternU Health.


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