Hawaii Immunization Registry (HIR)
The Hawaii Immunization Registry is a free service of the Hawaii State Department of Health for people living in Hawaii. It is a secure, state-wide database, that stores and tracks patient immunization records and makes them available to doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers.
How does the Hawaii Immunization Registry Work?
Doctors and nurses can store information in the registry. The information is used to make sure your immunization records are up to date. At minimum, this information will include:
- Your name
- Date of birth
- Mailing address
- Immunization record
How does the Hawaii Immunization Registry help you and your family?
The registry helps make sure you:
- Don’t miss any immunizations or get too many
- Have all of the immunizations needed to:
– Start day care, school, or college
– Sign-up for camp or sports programs
– Travel to other countries
– Prepare for hospital stays or long-term care
How does the Hawaii Immunization Registry help doctors and nurses?
The registry will help your doctor or nurse:
- Keep track of immunizations given by your other doctors and nurses
- Check which immunizations you need at each visit
- Print out an immunization record for you
In times of emergency or disaster, the Hawaii Immunization Registry can give important immunization information to healthcare workers. For more information about the Hawaii Immunization Registry, talk to your doctor or contact the Department of Health at:
Phone: 586-4665 (Oahu) or 1-888-447-1023 (Neighbor Islands)
Download the brochure: Hawaii Immunization Registry Brochure (PDF)
Visit the Hawaii Immunization Registry website (Internet Explorer recommended)
Meaningful Use: Immunization Information System (IIS) Reporting
To meet requirements, eligible professionals and eligible hospitals and/or critical access hospitals must be in active engagement with an immunization registry or other type of Public Health agency to submit electronic public health data in a meaningful way using Certified Electronic Health Record Technology. Active engagement can be in the form of registration of intent, testing and validation, and ongoing electronic submission of data to the registry.
For more information on Meaningful Use reporting, contact the Hawaii Immunization Registry at the contact information via the methods listed above.
Note: HIR has been unable to accommodate new requests from providers for electronic data exchange submissions since June 1, 2017. Interested providers are being placed on a wait list and will be contacted when processing of data exchange requests resumes.
Last reviewed January 2018