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construed to create a relationship of agent, servant, employee, partnership, joint venture, or association
between COLLEGE and INSTITUTION. Rather, it is an agreement between a public education
institution and a public Institution, whereby some of COLLEGE’S students may be physically present at
INSTITUTION for a period of time to gain experience while enrolled in COLLEGE’S Health Careers
Program (Specific Academic Programs are described in Attachment A)
D. OBLIGATIONS OF COLLEGE
1. The COLLEGE shall be subject to all applicable INSTITUTION rules and regulations controlling
the training activities to be held at the INSTITUTION’S facilities, as well as any reasonable rules
and regulations as formulated by COLLEGE for the continued operations for any Health Careers
Programs on INSTITUTION property.
2. COLLEGE shall designate the students for participation in the training programs hereunder, and the
number shall be mutually agreed upon by the COLLEGE and the INSTITUTION.
3. The COLLEGE shall organize, administer, operate, finance and exercise general supervision over
the educational program on INSTITUTION property.
a. Testing, guidance, and counseling of all students in the program;
b. Provision of qualified instructions to teach all courses in the total curriculum of the Health
Careers Programs, including instruction given at INSTITUTION facilities;
c. Development, organization, implementation of Health Careers Program curriculum;
d. Maintenance of all personnel and academic records of students;
e. Responsibility for the provision and maintenance of the education programs;
f. Arrangement for instructor’s orientation to INSTITUTION; and
g. The COLLEGE will assure the clinical competence of all health services instructors in
accordance with the governing regulations of each discipline.
In accordance with mutually pre-arranged scheduling, INSTITUTION shall make available to
COLLEGE certain clinical areas in INSTITUTION facilities in such manner as mutually agreed
upon so that an effective training program may be carried out by COLLEGE for its Health Careers
4. COLLEGE shall designate the students to be enrolled in INSTITUTION clinic subject to the
approval of INSTITUTION; provided, however, INSTITUTION instructors, may remove and
exclude any and all students, instructors, or agents of COLLEGE from its facilities if, in its sole
judgment, such persons may have possible adverse effects on the safe and effective care of patients.
In agreeing to this provision, the parties recognize that INSTITUTION’S primary responsibility is to
the patients in its facilities and this responsibility shall supersede the privilege of any student to use
INSTITUTION’S training facilities.
Furthermore, COLLEGE and INSTITUTION acknowledge that although INSTITUTION may
remove and exclude from its facilities health career students at any time, pursuant to state law, it is
the responsibility of COLLEGE to make decisions as regards the admission, removal, suspension, or
expulsion of its students from its classes and that such decisions may not be delegated to, or
otherwise be made by INSTITUTION. Consequently, the removal and exclusion of any student