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 a important tool to make sure that children and adults receive immunizations according to recommended schedules, and can prevent over-immunizing.

Need Help?

Contact the WIR Help Desk by phone 608-266-9691 or email.

WIR Parent Brochure


Public Access-For Parents, or Legal Guardians

Public immunization record access allows individuals, parents, or legal guardians to look up their own or their child's immunization record in the 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 immunization records.

To access public immunization records you will need your or your child's first and last names, their date of birth, and either their social security number, Medicaid id number, or their health care member id number.

Follow the links below to access the public immunization records portal.

For Health Care Professionals and Local Health Departments

WIR Parent Brochure

Health care providers can order the following parent brochures through the Department of Health Services (DHS) forms center. The form number is required when ordering; this is the P-number listed after the brochure name (see links below).


Trainings and Webinars for Health Care Providers and Local Health Departments

Exchanging Data with the WIR: Flyers, Articles, and Meaningful Use Information

Looking for information about data entry? Take a look below:

WIR Fact Sheets

Quick reference guides to help health care providers use all of the clinical tools within the WIR.

Deciphering a Patient's Immunization History in the WIR (PDF)



Last Revised: October 22, 2018