You may receive a print or digital SMART® Health Card after taking a COVID-19 test or getting vaccinated. You can also request a SMART® Health Card from any organization that has your clinical information, such as a pharmacy, doctor’s office, or state registry. This article explains different ways you can get a SMART® Health Card online.
Tip: You may use your SMART® Health Card to verify your ID.me COVID-19 Status.
If you were vaccinated in a state that issues SMART Health Cards, you can get your card from your state or territory's registry:
If you were vaccinated at a retail pharmacy, you may be able to get a SMART Health Card by logging in to that provider’s portal:
You may be able to request a SMART Health Card from your health system.
If your healthcare provider uses MyChart (i.e. Epic):
- Log in to your MyChart account on the web or via app.
- Go to the Menu and under My Record, select COVID-19.
- Select QR codes to generate a QR code or Download/Export to generate a PDF copy of your vaccine results.
If your health system uses the Cerner HealtheLife app:
Log into your My Health account on the web or via app.
If your health system is issuing SMART Health Cards and is connected to CommonHealth (i.e. UCSD Health or UC Health):
Your card may directly appear in the CommonHealth app when you connect CommonHealth to your provider.