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Shot Records

Hello parents! 

I need updated immunization records for 7th graders who have received their Tdap and Meningococcal vaccines over the summer.  I also immunization records for new enrolling students who have previously not attended an APS school. 

Please feel free to email through parentvue or directly to me @

You may also fax them to 505.897.2371. 

Thank you,
Jennifer Herring RN



Media Contact: Mari Anixter
Communications Director, NMDOH
Mobile: (505) 470-2290

July 20, 2020

Got Shots? Immunization Clinics to run July 25 - August 15

Providers offer special hours to get children immunized in time for school!

SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health, the New Mexico Immunization Coalition (NMIC), the New Mexico Primary Care Association (NMPCA), and healthcare providers from across the state are helping parents prepare children for going back to school.

Special immunization clinics will be held from July 25th through August 15th for all children 18 years old and younger. The special clinics are part of the Got Shots? Immunization campaign. 

School is right around the corner, and despite COVID-19 restrictions, children are required to be up to date on immunizations for school. Got Shots? Provides many opportunities for parents to take their children for needed immunizations. Diseases that once injured or killed thousands of children are now a rare occurrence in the United States, and some have been eliminated completely. Immunizations are even more important for children and for families during the COVID pandemic.

“COVID-19 is a great example of why we need vaccines. While we don’t have a COVID vaccine yet, we are able to protect families and children against many diseases with safe effective immunizations. I encourage all New Mexico parents to take advantage of the upcoming clinics.”, said Department of Health Cabinet Secretary Kathy Kunkel.

Participating providers will offer immunizations to any child, regardless of whether they are a patient or have insurance as part of Got Shots? Some providers hold clinics on weekends or evening hours to accommodate parents’ busy schedules. Parents should call ahead to the clinic to check if an appointment is needed.

In addition, due to COVID-19, there may be special procedures in place, such as waiting in the car until their child’s turn. Parents need to bring their child’s shot record and Medicaid or private health insurance card if they have insurance, even though immunizations are provided at no cost to parents.

The Got Shots? Immunization campaign is organized by the New Mexico Immunization Coalition, which includes the New Mexico Primary Care Association and the Department of Health. This year 37 community health centers, public health offices, and private practices across New Mexico are participating in Got Shots?

To find a clinic in local communities statewide, people are encouraged to go online to and click on the Got Shots? logo. The Department of Health provides immunizations at no cost year-round at public health clinics in every county for uninsured children. To find your local Public health office visit, however, please check with your local public health office for details about this due to COVID-19.

Need to locate immunization records? VaxViewNM enables individuals, parents, and guardians to access, save and/or print official immunization records. This eliminates the need to carry multiple or aged documents and allows you to access your shot record anytime you need. VaxViewNM is mobile friendly and uses two-factor authentication. Simply go to VaxViewNM to print a copy of your or your child's shot record.

Medication at School

If your student has a specific health need such as allergies or asthma, please download and complete the relevant form with your doctor.

If your student would like to keep non-prescription medications for use at school, please complete the OTC medications form. The Health Room does not carry Tylenol, Ibuprofen, or other medications for student use. 

Fax completed forms to the school: (505) 897-2371

Please call the health office if you need more information or have any questions about these forms.