Statewide Immunization Registry

The Kansas Immunization Registry, referred to as KSWebIZ is a statewide registry for vaccinations/immunizations. KSWebIZ is web-based and contains lifespan immunization records that are complete, accurate, and secure for Kansas residents.

The purpose of KSWebIZ is to consolidate immunization information among health care professionals, assure adequate immunization levels, and avoid unnecessary immunizations. Registry data is used by healthcare professionals to monitor the immunization status of children and adults; assure compliance with state statutes on immunization requirements for individuals; identify geographic areas at high risk due to low immunization rates, and document and assess vaccination coverage during disease outbreaks.

  1. Security
  2. Requesting an Official Immunization Record
  3. Participating in KSWebIZ


Security measures comply with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Kansas statutes. Access is limited to individuals and entities that either provide immunization services or are required to ensure that persons are immunized. "Authorized users" are any one of the following:

  • An employee of a public agency or department.
  • Health records staff of child care facilities and family day care homes.
  • A person other than a public employee who is entrusted with the regular care of those under the care and custody of a state agency including, but not limited to, operators of daycare facilities, group homes, residential care facilities adoptive or foster homes.
  • A health care professional (KSA 65-531).