Report Your Immunizations

OneHalton: the Region at your fingertips

Easily report immunizations and request immunization records from your Apple or Android device with OneHalton, Halton’s free mobile app.

Want to know what immunizations are on file with the Health Department?

The online immunization record request form makes it easier than ever to get your up-to-date immunization records sent to you.


How to report in:

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To report online you will need your child's health card number and up to date immunization information.

Every time your child gets an immunization from their health care provider, you need to update the Health Department. Your health care provider’s office does not report these records for you.

There are a number of ways to update your immunization record:

  • Online
    Immunization Reporting Form
    You will need the following to report online:
    • Up to date immunization information
    • Your child’s health card number (the Health Department uses your health card number to access and update your Provincial immunization record. They are kept confidential.)
    Only for those who were vaccinated in Canada. Otherwise, use one of the other options.
  • OneHalton App
    Update your records using Halton Region's mobile app.
    You can download the app at the App Store or Google Play.
  • Call
    Dial 311
  • Mail
    Halton Region Health Department
    1151 Bronte Road, Oakville ON, L6M 3L1
  • Secure Fax
    905-465-3403
  • Drop off

In order to attend school, children must have the legally required immunizations as outlined in the Provincial Immunization of School Pupils Act ((ISPA) (external link), or have submitted a valid exemption form Halton Region Health Department enforces ISPA on behalf of the province.

When it is unnecessary to report your immunizations

Notifying the Health Department is unnecessary if your child was immunized at a:

  • Halton Region School
  • Halton Region Community Immunization Clinic

In these cases, the Health Department is already aware of these immunizations.