How Can I request my or my child’s MIIC immunization record?

Minnesota Department of Health has an easier way to get yours or your childs immunizations! The Minnesota Immunization Information Connection (MIIC) is an immunization information system (IIS) that combines a person’s immunizations into a single record, even if they were given by different health care providers in the state.  To request your child’s MIIC record you will have to complete a MIIC Immunization Record Request, to do this go to:, click on “Find my Immunization Record” and then “MIIC Immunization Record Request”. If you need immediate access to a record, call the MIIC Record Request Line at 651-201-3980. Email with any questions about record requests. Parents have reported that they have received their information via email within a couple hours of their request.

Where else can I look for my immunization records?

  • Facilities where vaccines were given, such as your primary care clinic, neighborhood clinics and local public health departments, may have immunization records
  • Family records, such as baby books, may have immunization information
  • Schools and/or child care providers, which must verify immunizations of enrollees, may be able to look up records.
  • Military records may be a source of immunization information for those who have served in the military.