Immunizations / Labs

Notice: Temporary suspension of in-person services

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to provide you with the best solutions for our services during the COVID-19 event.

To reduce person-to-person contact, Customer Service counter services will be suspended until further notice. Most of our services can be accessed online. Please call us at 425-339-5250 if you have further questions.

Requests for Immunization and lab requests can be made via fax and mail. The Authorization to Release Protected Health Information form can be found below. Records cannot be sent via email.

The Snohomish Health District retains records of all immunizations, TB skin tests, and blood tests administered at the (now closed) Immunization clinics in Everett and Lynnwood. Clients of SHD Clinics can obtain these records for themselves or their minor children by completing one of the Release of Protected Health Information forms provided:

Getting a Record of My Immunizations or Lab Results

By Mail

Send a completed Release of Protected Health Information form and your mailing address to:
Immunization Program
3020 Rucker Avenue, Suite 202
Everett, WA 98201

The regular processing time is two business days plus mailing time each way.

By Fax

Fax a completed Release of Protected Health Information form to 425-339-5222. When faxing the form, include a cover sheet (PDF) listing the type(s) of information requested and a mailing address or fax number unless you plan to pick the records up at SHD.

In Person

Visit the Snohomish Health District, where you can fill out the Release of Protected Health Information form and request your immunization record.
Customer Service Front Counter
3020 Rucker Avenue, Suite 104
Everett, WA 98201

Issuing hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. PLEASE NOTE: Immunization records are generally available for pick up, but some may require  up to 72 hours to process.  

From the State Department of Health

To access your family's immunization records through the Washington State Department of Health's system, please visit the DOH website and read through their records options.


Questions

Call the Health Information Manager at 425-339-8641.