Yes, parents and legal guardians can have access to the health information of their children under the age of 14, including proof of COVID-19 vaccination information. Please note that once your child turns 14, they will have to sign up for their own MySaskHealthRecord account and you will no longer have access to their health information in MySaskHealthRecord. For parents/guardians ineligible for or unable to access MySaskHealthRecord,
a manual process is available to receive the COVID-19 vaccination record of a child under age 14.
Parents and legal guardians who want access to their child(ren)’s health information in MySaskHealthRecord must have their own MySaskHealthRecord account, as your child’s health information will be directly connected to your account. If you do not already have a MySaskHealthRecord account, you can sign up at eHealthSask.ca.
You will need to complete a request form:
Request for Access to Child's MySaskHealthRecord at eHealthSask.ca.
Parents and legal guardians will then need to submit proof of parentage/guardianship documentation with their completed request form. They can refer to Section 3 of the form, but some examples include a long-form birth certificate, adoption order or guardianship order. If you do not have proof of parentage and your child was born in Saskatchewan, eHealth has developed an interim process where an eligible person can provide authorization for Vital Statistics to provide verification of proof of parentage. Please contact the eHealth Privacy Service at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-855-347-5465 for more information.
Email the completed form and proof of parentage/guardianship documentation to:PrivacyandAccess@eHealthSask.ca
Once the request has been received, the eHealth Privacy Service will complete the request. Once the account is linked, parents/guardians are notified. They can then log into their MySaskHealthRecord account and click/tap the round green button (top right of the screen) containing their personal initials, to call up a menu and access the child’s information. For any questions, please contact eHealth at
When your child turns 14 years old, they can sign up for their own MySaskHealthRecord account by following the regular sign up process. A free
non-driver’s photo ID from SGI is required to validate your child’s identity during account creation.
As the parent of a 14 year old, you will receive an email from our Service Desk stating that you no longer have access to your child’s health information through your MySaskHealthRecord account. Your child will be able to share their MySaskHealthRecord account with you by clicking on the “Account” drop down in the top right corner of MySaskHealthRecord. They simply select “Share Record” and follow the steps outlined on the page. This feature will allow them to share their MySaskHealthRecord with you or anyone else who has a MySaskHealthRecord account.