To keep track of your immunization records, ask a pharmacist, doctor or other vaccine administrator for an immunization record form and ask the vaccine provider to indicate and sign the form for every vaccine you receive, advises the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Doctors can perform blood tests to determine if you are immune to certain diseases that are preventable by vaccines.Continue Reading
To locate childhood immunization records, ask your parents or other caregivers if they have the records and look through baby books and other documents from your childhood, suggests the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. High school and college health services, which keep medical records for a few years after students leave the system, may have immunization records. Public health clinics, previous employers who asked for immunization records and the state health department may also have copies of immunization records.
Since there are no national organizations that maintain vaccination records, you must take and keep record of all immunizations and store them in a safe place, states the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you cannot find any records, you may need to get the vaccines again. Ask vaccine administrators who participate in immunization registries to document your vaccines.Learn more about Medications & Vitamins