Wisconsin Immunization Program
Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR)
The Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR) is a computerized Internet
database application that was developed to record and track immunization
dates of Wisconsin children and adults. Immunization registries are
seen as an integral tool for assuring that children and adults receive
immunizations according to recommended schedules, and can prevent
The Public Immunization Record Access feature allows individuals, parents, or
legal guardians to look up their own or their child's
immunization record in the Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR). Many
people in Wisconsin receive immunizations from more than one provider.
Without access to the immunization information, it can be
difficult to know which vaccine you or your child needs at any particular time.
Offering parents and guardians access to look up their child’s
immunizations can decrease the number of patient requests to providers for
Select one of the following three links. A screen will appear and prompt you to
enter a first name, last name, birth date and unique identifier such as a Social Security number,
Medicaid ID, or provider chart number. If your
immunization provider is using the registry and used one of the listed
unique identifiers, you will be able to access the
Public Immunization Record Access
English - Public Immunization Record Access
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Health care providers can order the following parent brochures through the
forms center. The form number is required when ordering; this is the
P-number listed after the brochure name (see links below).
WIR - Parent Brochure
- Parent brochure P-42154
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Training Information for Professionals
Trainings are offered at no cost to providers and conducted
throughout the state.
- To register to attend a training, please contact: Matthew
Verdon at 608-261-4948.
These demonstrations will allow providers to see the many functions of
the system that are designed to improve the immunization status of
patients and the efficiency of provider practices.
Specifications regarding provider access to the system and record input protocols are
provided in the WIR Provider specification list.