How can I find out what vaccinations my child has had?
It depends on who gave your child the vaccinations, and where.
If it was your family doctor, call their office and ask for a copy of your child's immunization record.
If it was a BC public nurse, use our health unit finder to get the health unit's contact information, then get in touch and ask them for a copy of your child's records.
If you immigrated to Canada, you will probably have a copy of your child's vaccination history in your paperwork.
If you came to Canada as a refugee, you might not have any documentation of the immunizations your child received in your home country. Talk to your family doctor, a public health nurse or a clinic that specializes in circumstances like yours (for instance, the Bridge Community Health Clinic) about the immunizations you need.
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