Inject More Convenience into Your Family’s Immunization Records

Registering your kids for school, camps and travel can be a daunting process. There are dozens of forms that have to be filled with all kinds of medical and personal data. 

These forms almost always include immunization records—which can be time consuming and tricky to obtain from your doctor. Especially if you’ve moved or changed doctors over time!

MyIR is a new website that offers parents a resource for immunization records, where you can review, download and print your family’s official immunization records online. It’s ideal for summer camp and school registration, but also immensely helpful for seeing a new healthcare provider, tracking boosters and yearly immunizations, preparing for foreign travel, and even for managing records for an elderly patient. 
Now, instead of worrying about losing paperwork or needing to go through a timely process with a doctor’s office, all of your family’s information can be available with the click of a button! 

There are 3 simple steps to register for MyIR and access your family’s official immunization records today. 

1. Use your personal computer or mobile device to visit and enter the required registration information. 

2. Select “AutoMatch” and Click “Next.” If a matching record is found, an access code will be sent to your phone number immediately. Enter the 4-digit access code into MyIR to access your family’s immunization records. 

3. If your record was not found or you did not receive an access code, please call or visit your healthcare provider to update your information and complete the registration process. In this case, your provider will give you a unique access code to enter into MyIR. 

Congratulations, you just cut your time spent on registration forms, etc. in half. On to the next task!

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