Immunizations can be obtained from doctor’s offices, clinics, or hospitals. Pediatricians and family doctors or their nurses or medical assistants can give your student the shots he or she needs to meet the requirements for school enrollment. In addition, some large chain pharmacies offer immunizations for older children and adults.
According to the Wyoming Department of Health, "there are multiple ways to obtain immunization records." The quickest method would be to contact the primary care provider or the last school attended. Schools will generally not keep immunization records for more than a year or two, at the longest, until graduation. After a student graduates, records are sent to the Wyoming State Archives and can be retrieved with a phone call 307-777-7826.
For a directory of Wyoming-based providers, please review the Public Health Nursing Office and Private Physicians, Hospitals, Rural Health and Federally Qualified Health Centers, and Other Providers webpage.