seeper wrote:It looks to me like the only documentation we have to send in is that grey form with the doctor signature at the bottom - so if your health care provider has your records that you got the shot, couldn't they just sign a new form and send it in without having to get another shot?
Well, it's kind of confusing. The thing is I can't actually remember getting the shot. All my doctor wrote on my shot record is "15 years old" T.D. "B"...there is no dosage, date or signature. So, when speaking with my mom it looks like the doc wrote that I was supposed to get it when I turned 15 but, in fact, never actually did. So, I'm about 95% sure that I'm due for the shot, so I'm just going to go spend the $120 and get it (since I don't have insurance right now). My family is in the military so I moved around a lot...to try to track down the doctor/hopsital that has my original records will take more time than I have right now. Thanks for the heads up though :) I'm just not looking forward to the shot.
Also, yes, you just need the gray form with the doc's signature, but when I contacted the health center they said I could just send in copies of my shot record...which is what I initially did. Except they saw I didn't have a TD booster.