Pediatric Medical Services:
Review and print your family's official immunization records online from WA.MyIR.net. Getting started is easy:
1. Request. Visit the Washington State Department of Health website at www.doh.wa.gov/immsrecords to download an Authorization to Release Immunization Records form.
2. Register. Complete the form, sign it, and return it by fax, mail, or email (preferrred).
3. Review. You will be registered for MyIR and will receive an email with a temporary PIN and instructions on what to do next. log in as soon as possible and activate your account. You'll have immediate access to your family's immunization records to view, download, or print as often as you need.
Call WA Department of Health or email for more information: 1-866-397-0337
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