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Immunisation register: vaccine providers
The Northern Territory Immunisation Register (NTIR) is based at the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) and contains details of vaccines administered to adults and children in the Northern Territory since 1991.
The NTIR transmits vaccine information to the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) and to the National Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Program Register.
For general information about the register go to Northern Territory immunisation register.
Vaccine providers including remote and urban community care centres and clinics, hospitals, and GP surgeries are encouraged to send information about all vaccines that they have administered however not all providers participate and not all vaccines are recorded on the NTIR.
Routine recording of influenza vaccine administered to adults was included on the NTIR from 2009.
Online access for healthcare providers
NT immunisation records can be accessed from a secure internet site by approved vaccine providers.
Apply to access the site: NT Immunisation Internet Registration Form.
Instructions on how to use the NTIR website: How to Access the NT Immunisation Register.