How do I get my immunization records online in Michigan?

Michigan Immunization Portal for Citizens 18 years and older If you are 18 years of age and older you may be able to download your State of Michigan immunization record from the Michigan Care Improvement Registry. Please have a valid government issued photo ID available to sign in and access your immunization record.

Where can I get a copy of my immunization records in Michigan?

Your doctor, healthcare provider or your Local Health Department can print an Official State of Michigan Immunization Record for you, your child or dependent. You may also request an immunization record by mail/fax using this form or by visiting

How do I get my immunization records from Ontario peel?

Other information

  1. Report by phone: Call 905–799–7700 (toll free: 1–888–919–7800).
  2. Fax: 905–565–0426 or 905–565–0793.
  3. Mail: Region of Peel. Peel Public Health – Immunization Records. P.O Box 555 RPO Streetsville.
  4. Courier or registered mail: Region of Peel. Peel Public Health – Immunization Records. 7120 Hurontario St.

How do I get my Covid vaccine Records Michigan?

“The Michigan Immunization Portal allows them to find their record from their computer or smart phone and save a copy for their records. This will also allow anyone who has misplaced their COVID-19 vaccination card to print a record of their vaccination.”

What is Mcir?

A1: The MCIR, or Michigan Care Improvement Registry, is a collaborative project through the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. MCIR ensures consistent accessibility to a person’s immunization record regardless of the person’s location in Michigan.

How do I find my Mcir pin?

How to Gain Access to the MCIR as a User

  1. Register for a MILogin Account. All MCIR Users must have a MILogin Account.
  2. Request and Use your MCIR Pin to Complete MCIR Access. A MCIR Site Administrator must add and associate you to their MCIR healthcare provider site in order for you to receive a MCIR Pin via email.

Who has access to the California Immunization Registry?

Participation in CAIR is voluntary and is open to healthcare providers, schools, child care facilities, county welfare departments, family child care homes, foster care agencies, WIC service providers, and health care plans.

Does CA have an immunization registry?

The California Immunization Registry (CAIR) is a web-based product with multiple functionalities to improve efficiencies around immunizations at doctors’ offices and to help improve disease protection levels for children.

How do I get my Peel Health immunization reference number?

After you report your immunizations online you will be given a reference number. Keep this number for your records. You will need to give this number to your child’s school when registering.

What does Prevnar 13 protect against?

Prevnar 13® : Doctors give this vaccine to children at 2, 4, 6, and 12 through 15 months old and to older children who need it. The vaccine helps protect against 13 types of pneumococcal bacteria that can cause serious infections in children and adults.