I see on the pre-admission Immunization Record form that a vaccine is not required if physician can document a history of the disease or you have and antibody titer. Since my son had such a pronounced case at age 3 or 4 I did not take him to the doctor. I found out today I can get the titer with a physicans order from a diagnostics lab. I am assuming that all I have to do is attach the report to this record and have the physician initital in the notes section. The ordering physician is not the same as the immunization office. Question is would be be advisable just to go ahead and get the immunization even though he has already had the chicken pox? I know this would be quicker. I understand the test only takes a couple of days so hope we can still get all those papers back in the mail by next week.