To obtain Immunization/Vaccination records from Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County please follow the following steps (COVID-19 documentation requires a different process – click here for that https://www.phdmc.org/coronavirus-updates/526-covid-19-vaccination-record-request)
- Complete the "
Immunization Vaccine Record Release Request
- You must include a copy of all necessary supporting documentation with your request or it cannot be processed. See list below for acceptable forms of documentation.
- To obtain a record for yourself, one of the following must be provided: Current Driver’s License, State Identification Card, U.S. Passport
- To obtain a record for a minor you must provide proof of your status as a parent or guardian with one of the following: Birth Certificate, Legal Guardian Paperwork, Custody Paperwork or most recent Tax Return showing the child listed as a dependent. You must also provide identification for yourself, by providing a copy of one of the following: Driver’s License, State Identification Card, U.S. Passport.
- To obtain a record for someone you are a guardian of, either child or adult, you must provide a copy of: Custody paperwork, legal guardian paperwork or healthcare power of attorney.
- There MUST be a valid phone number on the request form or it cannot be processed.
- You may return the form by mail, email, or fax. Please note that the form MUST have a signature from a parent, guardian or patient 18 years of age or older.
- There is no charge for patients or parents to receive copies of their medical records.
- Please allow a minimum of 7-10 business days for copies to be prepared. No same day requests will be accepted.
- If you choose to pick the records up in person. They must be picked up by the record requestor with proof of ID. You will be called when it is ready to be picked up.
- Copies of immunization/vaccine records may also be received by email, or fax.
It is possible that if Public Health- Dayton & Montgomery County did not administer all of the vaccines you have received, your record may not be complete. Medical providers in Ohio are not required to report immunizations to the State Immunization Registry. Please contact your healthcare provider who provided your vaccination.