Vaccine and Immunity Status

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Please have the following items ready:

  1. Clearly legible digital scans or photos (accepted file types: pdf, jpeg, jpg, png, tif,
    tiff, max 10MB per file) of your immunization records/tests including:
    1. Infant, school, occupational and travel records
    2. TB skin test results and/or TB chest x-ray reports
  2. Your employee ID number (if available)

If you do not have your records, you may be able to obtain them from your:

  • BC Health Gateway account (from December 2020 onwards)
  • Health Care Provider (i.e. family physician, nurse practitioner)
  • Public Health
  • Post-secondary school
  • Previously visited travel clinics

Why are immunizations important to Health Care Workers?

Immunizations are important and recommended to safeguard the health of both employees and patients. Please note that you may be restricted from working in the event of an outbreak or exposure at your worksite if you do not have documentation of immunity.

For more information on immunization guidelines in BC, go to the BCCDC Guidelines for Health Care Workers (HCWs) and HealthLinkBC Immunization for HCWs.

For more details on self reporting your immunizations or if you need help, visit the resource centre.

Immunication Record

Vaccine and Immunity Status

Please select the health organization you work for:

(e.g. medical residents: VCH | lab workers in the lower mainland: PHSA | paramedics: BCEHS)

Please select the option that most accurately describes you:

New Employee

Existing Employees

Only IHA employees can update immunization records at this time

Privacy - Collection Notice

Your personal health information is collected under the authority of section 26 of the BC Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA).

The information will be used by the Provincial Workplace Health Contact Centre and your Health Authority employer, for the purposes of:

  • Minimizing risk of contracting or spreading communicable diseases in the workplace;
  • Providing a health service, including determining your eligibility to receive occupationally indicated immunizations or post-exposure treatment and follow up when relevant;
  • Determining your immunity status and any associated risks to you or the patients you work with in the event of a communicable disease exposure and/or outbreak;
  • Planning, resource allocation, management of the health system and administration of human resources; and
  • Activities related to Health Authority mandates to protect and promote public health.

It is important for you to know that employees exposed to Measles, Mumps, Rubella, and Chickenpox may be excluded from work if they do not have proof of immunity documented in their employee electronic health record.


I provide consent for the Provincial Workplace Health Contact Centre / Health Organization Occupational Health Nurses to access from CareConnect (Electronic Health Record):

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Please select a reason as to why you cannot upload your vaccination records:

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I would like to decline vaccinations for the following (optional):

You have chosen to decline the following vaccinations:


Hepatitis B






Confirm Declination

By declining to be immunized, you understand and agree that you may be excluded from work in the event of a
vaccine-preventable communicable disease exposure or outbreak.

If you decide later that you would like to be immunized or you need more information, please contact your organization's Workplace Health team or visit an immunization clinic.

Employment Information

Job Details

Please enter your position
Please enter your start date
Please enter your worksite
Please enter your manager's name
Please enter your department


Personal History

Immunization standards vary from country to country
Employment Information

You may have submitted immunization documents to another health organization. Can we check for those records and update them as well?

Please select any or all previous health organizations you have worked for

Personal History

Immunization standards vary from country to country
Personal and contact information

Please enter your first name
Please enter your last name
Please enter date of birth
Please enter your phone number. e.g. 1234567890
Please enter home address
Please enter your city
Please enter postal code
Employment Information

Job Details

Please enter your position
Please enter your start date
Please enter your worksite
Please enter your department
Please enter your manager's name

Personal History

Immunization standards vary from country to country

Thank you for reporting your vaccine and immunity status!

What happens next?

An occupational health nurse will review your records and may contact you if additional information is needed. If you require further vaccinations or tests, a follow up letter will be mailed to your home mailing address or health organization email.

If you want more information about vaccinations and immunity, go to the Provincial Workplace Health Contact Centre website to view resources.


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