Yep, I just check no. Often it isn't even mentioned. Once in a while a specialist might ask about a particular vaccine (like the example above, our Pulmonologist focusses on vaxes available for respiratory diseases, but he doesn't push it at all, I've actually gotten some really good information from him about vaccines, he has a PhD in Microbiology in addition to being an MD, and his knowledge of immunology in general is impressive) The Dev Peds that we've seen have not cared about vax status, it's just a check box. Some drs might be more interested in vax status if you suspect spectrum issues or allergies, as there is a potential correlation. So a simple "no, he/she's not up to date, we're working with our Ped" usually suffices.