New Immunization Online Portal Available
Sept. 6, 2021
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has created a new Michigan Immunization Portal for residents to review and save their own immunization records.
As of August 19, anyone 18 years or older who has immunization records in the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR) is able to locate their immunization record in MCIR if a record exists and matches their government issued ID (ex: MI Secretary of State Driver’s License or ID card, or USA Passport). The immunization record from MCIR will appear as a .pdf document which can be downloaded, saved, or printed.
To maintain privacy, a citizen MILogin account must be created and used. New users must sign into their MILogin account and upload a valid government issued ID to the Immunization Portal. The portal is only available for those 18 years or older, and parents are not able to download their children’s immunization records. If an immunization record cannot be found, or if you would like to request your child’s immunization record, the records can be requested from a physician’s office or by calling the health department at 800-432-4121.
“The new immunization portal gives adults in Michigan access to their whole immunization record, as entered into the MCIR,” said officials with the Health Department of Northwest Michigan. “Residents will be able to see their COVID-19 and other vaccine records, as well as see what immunizations they might be missing. This portal provides easy access to individual’s records, with this access we hope it empowers individuals on their own health and records.”
The portal can be found here.Comment