How do I order my immunization records?
You can request a copy of your immunization records through the Washington State Immunization Information System (IIS): click here for instructions.
How do I order my medical records?
If you received medical services at Public Health, you may request copies of your personal health records dating back to 1999.
- Call 564.397.7367 between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday - Friday.
- Call 564.397.7367 and request a Release of Information form (ROI) be faxed to you.
- Complete the form and fax it back to 564.397.8091.
What information do I need?
- Completed and signed Release of Information form.
- Photo ID required to pick up your records.
How long does it take to get my records?
Your records will be available within 15 business days.
How much does it cost?
In most cases, there is no charge for medical records.
The law protects the privacy of health information you give us when we provide care and services. For example, your medical record may include your symptoms, test results, conditions, treatment and insurance information.
Federal and state laws allow us to use and share your health information for treatment and health care reasons without your approval. State law requires us to get your approval to give this information to your insurance company so they can pay your bill. We will not give out your health information to others unless you tell us to do so, or unless required by law. For more information, view our Notice of Privacy Practices.
How do I authorize my medical records to be released?
- Print the authorization form.
- Complete and sign the form.
- Return the form to Clark County Public Health:
- FAX - 564.397.8091
- Mail - Clark County Public Health, PO Box 9825, Vancouver, WA 98666
- Email - Medical Records Release
For more information or to report a problem with your health information, contact:
Clark County Public Health
- Notice of privacy practices - Explains how we may use and share your health information.
- The Privacy Rule - National standards to protect individuals’ medical records and other personal health information. (US Department of Health and Human Services)
- If you have trouble getting a provider to release your records you may need to file an unprofessional conduct complaint. See RCW 70.02 for more information.