(2) Record the date, dose, and immunization on the SF 601 in the patient's
health record in accordance with AR 40-403.
(3) Some vaccinations may require that the patient return and be evaluated
by personnel in the clinic. Such a test is the tuberculosis skin hypersensitivity test (tine
test). The results of the test should be recorded in the patient's health record but there
are no results listed on the "shot record," only that the patient received the vaccination.
(4) It is important to remember that entries for yellow fever must be
authenticated on the PHS Form 731 by the Department of the Defense immunization
stamp and the actual signature of the physician or his designated representative.
Immunizations other than yellow fever may be authenticated by initialing.