Immunization Records

Access your Family’s Immunization Information: From the Washington State Department of Health

There are a few ways you can access your family’s immunization information:

  • Option 1: Sign up for MyIR to view, download, and print your family’s immunization information
  • Option 2: Visit your local pharmacy, clinic, or school
  • Option 3: Request a complete immunization record from your healthcare provider
  • Option 4: Request a complete immunization record from the Department of Health

Tips for locating old immunization records (PDF)

Option 1: Sign up for MyIR to View, Download, and Print Your Family’s Immunization Information

MyIR allows you to manage your family’s immunization records securely online. Once you register, you can access the records any time you need them. You can also print your child’s Certificate of Immunization Status (PDF) for school and child care entry. You can do all of this without an extra trip to your healthcare provider or school.

Step 1: Go to https://wa.myir.net/register to begin the sign-up process. If you choose the Auto Match option and the system finds an exact match, MyIR will send you a verification code by either text or phone call. If an exact match is not found, MyIR will direct you to Step 2.

Step 2: Fill out an Authorization to Release Immunization Records (PDF) or an Autorización para entregar documentos de vacunaciones (PDF) and check the box indicating you want to access your records online via MyIR. Mail, fax, or e-mail the form to:

Washington State Immunization Information System
PO Box 47843
Olympia, WA 98504-7843
Fax: 360-236-3590
E-mail: WAIISRecords@doh.wa.gov

Once we receive your signed form, we’ll register you in MyIR and send you a temporary PIN and instructions on what to do next. When you’re done, you’ll have immediate access to your family’s immunization records to view, download, or print as often as you need. If you have any questions, please contact us at 360-236-3595 or 1-866-397-0337 or by e-mail at WAIISRecords@doh.wa.gov.

Option 2: Visit Your Local Pharmacy, Clinic, or School

Certain local pharmacies, clinics, and schools are able to register you in MyIR. If you live near one of these pharmacies, clinics, or schools, visit them today to begin the sign-up process. If you don’t see a pharmacy, clinic, or school near you, try one of the other options listed on this page.

Option 3: Request a Complete Immunization Record from Your Healthcare Provider

Most healthcare providers in Washington use the Washington State Immunization Information System. Please check with your provider to ask if they can give you a complete immunization record for you or your child. They can print it from the Immunization Information System or from their own medical record system. 

Option 4: Request a Complete Immunization Record from the Department of Health

If you can’t get a complete immunization record from your provider and you don’t want to sign up for MyIR, contact the Office of Immunization and Child Profile at 360-236-3595 or 1-866-397-0337. The Department of Health uses the Washington State Immunization Information System, but it does not have complete immunization records for all people. When you call, you’ll be asked to provide identifying information, such as name, date of birth, and address. At that time, we will tell you whether or not a record exists in the system, but no other information will be released over the phone. This is to protect the privacy and confidentiality of your information.

Fill out an Authorization to Release Immunization Records (PDF) or an Autorización para entregar documentos de vacunaciones (PDF). Mail, fax, or e-mail the form to:

Washington State Immunization Information System
PO Box 47843
Olympia, WA 98504-7843
Fax: 360-236-3590
E-mail: WAIISRecords@doh.wa.gov
 

Once we receive the signed form, we will mail, fax, or securely e-mail the immunization record to you within five business days. If you have any questions, please contact us at 360-236-3595 or 1-866-397-0337 or by e-mail at WAIISRecords@doh.wa.gov.


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