ImmTrac is the Texas immunization registry developed by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). ImmTrac is a free, confidential registry designed to consolidate immunization records from multiple providers and store a child’s immunization information electronically in one secure central system. ImmTrac offers physicians and other healthcare providers and authorized users easy online access to a child’s immunization history. The Registry is part of a DSHS initiative to increase vaccination coverage for children across Texas.

With written parental consent, the ImmTrac Registry receives vaccination information for a child from private and public healthcare providers across the state, including input from the Vital Statistics Unit of DSHS, Women, Infant and Children (WIC) clinics, Medicaid, the Texas-Wide Integrated Client Encounter System (TWICES), and health plans. Upon registration with ImmTrac, immunization information is available to schools, licensed child-care facilities, local health departments, public health districts, payors, and state agencies having legal custody of a child. Parents may request their child's ImmTrac record from their physician or their local health department.

For more information visit the Texas Department of State Health Services.