As a student, you can view your immunization records through PatientLink — the online patient portal for UB Health Services.
Due to the high volume of medical records requiring staff review; we are unable to notify every student when uploaded documents have been accepted.
You can check your submission status via the Patient Portal; visit the "Immunizations" section:
Campus Living is aware of our current processing times. To reduce processing delays, please:
Uploading Your Documentation
We strongly recommend that you use PatientLink (not email) for any confidential communication with health care providers at Health Services. Through PatientLink, you can view and print your immunization records and communicate securely with Health Services.
Please note that information shared on PatientLink, including secure message exchanges, will become part of your medical record at Health Services.
7/29/21: Registered UB students can now upload COVID-19 vaccine documentation to their medical record via the secure Patient Link portal! Please wait until you’ve completed the vaccine series before uploading your document. Click the blue button on this page and log in using your UBIT information. If you have trouble logging in, please email us your COVID vaccine documentation.
To get your immunization records, simply log in to PatientLink, then click on “Immunization” then “View History.” If you need a copy of your records, click on the printer icon.
If you you are a former UB student or cannot log in to PatientLink, please complete the Authorization to Release or Obtain Health Records form.
Health and immunization records submitted to or generated by Health Services are held on file for 7 years from the date of submission.
Consent is required from students 18 years old and over, before Health Services can release any medical information to another person.
If other individuals or agencies have provided confidential information to Health Services, you cannot use the authorization form to re-release this information. For copies of medical records that came from another individual or agency, please contact that original individual or agency directly.
You must submit a signed authorization form if you want Health Services to release a copy of your medical records to another health care provider, or obtain a copy of your medical records from another health care provider.
To give Health Services permission to release your medical records to a health care provider (or obtain your medical records from a health care provider) please complete and submit the Authorization to Release or Obtain Medical Records Form. Please note that it may take up to two weeks to process your request for release of information, depending on the current volume of requests.
If you want to release your records to another provider or just need a copy for yourself — please view the Release or Obtain My Medical Records Form.