Immunization Record Keeping Doesn’t Have To Stress You Out

by | Apr 13, 2016 | Health, Sponsored

Raise your hand if you like record keeping!

>insert sound of crickets here<

*This content is sponsored by MyIR. All opinion and interest in this program are my own.

There may be no other task that elicits the emotion of deep dread more than…


While we can’t toTally eliminate the need to keep records, there are some tools out there that can help make the record-keeping side of life more bearable.


Some of us have kiddos. And those kiddos have had years of immunizations. When you combine kids and multiple immunizations you often get … lost.

Where on earth did I put that chart?

Which person in the doctor’s office do I talk to?

Will they fax my information in time?!!!


Enter MyIR.

Immunization record keeping with Wa MyIR

Then some of us are living large as one of the many in the ever-growing “Sandwich Generation”. Not only are we having to keep track of our children’s records, but our parents as well.

That’s a lot to keep track of, friends.

It’s nice to know there are services available to help lighten the load. Like MyIR.


It’ll take a little bit to get signed-up, but that little bit of effort up-front is worth it, because there is no doubt there will come a time when you will need that information. And it won’t be a convenient time. It never is.

Just imagine… logging into MyIR and accessing the records you need. Just. Like. That. No wondering. No searching. No waiting.

Washington MyIR is ideal for:

  • Proof of immunization for school or camp registration
  • Seeing a new healthcare provider
  • Tracking boosters and yearly immunizations, like the flu shot
  • Managing immunization records for an elderly parent
  • Preparing for foreign travel

What’s the next step? It’s to wrap-up reading this here post, and click over to MyIR, select your state and get signed-up! What do you think?

*This content is sponsored by MyIR. All opinion and interest in this program are my own.

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