On this page:
- Access immunization records through Health Gateway
- Finding immunization records that are not in Health Gateway
- If you can't find an immunization record
- Keeping immunization records up to date
- Record cards
- Health Gateway only shows immunizations that are in the Provincial Immunization Registry; this includes immunizations given at public health clinics and pharmacies in BC.
- It does not show immunizations given by other health care providers (i.e., family doctors or nurse practitioners) or travel clinics.
- Anyone 12 years and older can create an account with Health Gateway to access their records.
- Parents or caregivers can add younger children to their accounts.
- Contact your local health unit, community health centre, or nursing station if the vaccines were given at these places or school.
- If another health care provider gave the vaccines, contact that provider.
- If you have moved to BC from another province or country, try to get the records sent to you.
- You or your child may need to get some of the vaccines again. While this is not ideal, it is safe to repeat vaccines.
Blood tests to determine immunity to vaccine-preventable diseases are not routinely recommended or available for all diseases.
- Your health care provider can help you figure out what is best for you or your child.
If you do not have an immunization record card or do not have one for you or your child, you can download and print one below.
There is also a free mobile app that can help you keep track of immunizations. You can learn more about the app at CANImmunize.ca.