• Health Services at the CIA at Greystone
  • CIA California Student Health Services

    Mandatory Medical Requirements for Incoming Freshmen

    Every student is required to submit a complete physical examination on the mandatory CIA Physical Examination Form, with required immunizations, a copy of your health insurance card, and all required papers 30 days prior to Arrival Day at the CIA. Students will not be permitted in class unless the complete mandatory CIA Physical Examination Form and required documentation is submitted.

    Immunization Requirements

    California School Immunization Law requires proof of two MMR vaccinations given on or after the first birthday, and Meningitis vaccination. The CIA also requires vaccination against hepatitis A. Vaccination against hepatitis B and meningitis is recommended but not required.

    While on Campus

    For minor injuries on at the CIA Greystone campus, there are first aid kits available in all teaching kitchens and residence halls. First aid is provided on campus by the Office of Safety and Security. For more serious injuries, students will need to first phone 707-963-6491, then visit JobCare, which is located five minutes away in the emergency room at St. Helena Hospital, 10 Woodland Hill, St. Helena, CA. The cost of non-routine treatment, off-campus doctor visits, prescriptions, medications, and vaccines will be your responsibility. Please report hospital emergency room visits to the Office of Safety and Security.

    Health Insurance

    The CIA does not provide medical health insurance. Students coming from out-of- state can get insurance and information from their “state of permanent residence” Health Insurance Exchange or visit here. The college carries secondary student accident insurance for each student, which will provide coverage for accidents only.

    Please direct all issues and questions for the Student Health Services Department to the CIA New York campus at 845-451-1261 or ciahealthservices@culinary.edu.

    Your Confidentiality

    Students have a right to anticipate that their relationship with the CIA Student Health Services will be one of complete confidence. All information and records pertaining to any aspect of a student's health are strictly confidential. Except in emergencies, information concerning the nature of illness or injury, diagnosis, and treatment plan will only be provided to legally responsible parents/guardians or designated individuals with the direct knowledge and signed consent of the student.