You can get an immunization form listing the immunizations you have received by contacting the hospital or clinic that administered the vaccinations. If you don't know which establishment administered your immunizations, there are still several ways to obtain your immunization records.
There is no national database of immunization records. However, your immunizations may be on file at several agencies. For instance, if you ever enlisted in the military, they will have these records because you were required to submit vaccination records at enlistment. You can contact your nearest military liaison to request copies of your vaccination records. Otherwise, former employers, academic institutions, and your current doctor are excellent starting points. You can also ask your parents or guardians if they recall the name of the clinic where you received your immunizations. Often, these records are stored at home. Search through any cabinets, folders, or storage areas containing documentation and records from your childhood.
If you are unable to source your immunization records through any of these avenues, you can contact your state health department for assistance. Some states maintain databases of immunization records. Depending on where you live, this may be the easiest way to locate your records.
There are many ways to locate your records. However, if you are unable to do so, the CDC suggests you receive immunizations a second time and request copies of your record whenever you receive a vaccination.