We have extended invitations to schedule vaccine appointments to all established Michigan Medicine patients age 16 and up. If you haven’t received an invitation to be vaccinated and believe you should have, see our COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Update page under "If You Haven't Received an Invitation to Be Vaccinated" for more information.
We are also offering vaccine walk-in clinics for first doses, and second doses for those with proof of their first dose. See just below for more details.
Vaccine Walk-In Clinic for First Doses
Who: Michigan Medicine patients (anyone with a Michigan Medicine medical record number, or MRN) who need first doses. If you don't have an MRN, you can call 734-936-4990 to set one up.
When: Tuesday-Sunday, May 4-9, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Michigan Stadium, 1201 South Main Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. For more details and a map of the Michigan Stadium location, visit the Your Vaccination Appointment page.
Visit the “Vaccine Restrictions and Special Cases” section of our Vaccine FAQ page if you have questions about whether you are able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Second Dose Shots Also Available
Who: Those those who received their first doses elsewhere, as long as proof of initial vaccines can be provided.
How: Call the COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Call Center at 734-763-6336 (select Option 1, then Option 2) 7 days a week from 7a.m. to 6 p.m.
Vaccine clinics, including walk-in clinics, will not be able to offer “second dose only” vaccines until documentation of an initial vaccine has been recorded in your medical record and a second dose appointment request has been issued by the Call Center. “Second dose only” requests will be accommodated in as timely a manner as possible. We continue to encourage those seeking second doses to pursue other options as well, including contacting local pharmacies. See our Finding Vaccines page for tips on how to find a vaccine appointment in your area.
Other Vaccine Options
The best way to get vaccinated as soon as possible is to explore additional opportunities to be vaccinated through vaccine finder search tools, mass vaccination clinics, pharmacies, and local health departments. See the list below for options in each of these categories.
The Ford Field mass vaccination site in downtown Detroit begins March 24, 2021 and runs for eight weeks. The facility will be managed by the State of Michigan. Henry Ford Health System will serve as the medical director for the site. Other support partners include the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Wayne County, City of Detroit, Ford Field and the Detroit Lions, and Meijer.
The Ford Field site will operate from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., seven days a week, for eight weeks under the federal government’s vaccination pilot program.
Registration is required:
- Online at clinic.meijer.com/register/CL2021
- Text COVID to 75049
- Call the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 hotline at 888-535-6136 and press 1
Residents who do not have access to the Internet or need help navigating through the registration process can use the state health department hotline to register. They can call 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Only a few appointments are available at a time as vaccines become available. You may need to check back frequently to find openings and book your vaccination appointment.
- CVS/Target (select locations in Michigan)
- Grass Lake Community Pharmacy
- iPharmacy Livonia, Michigan
- Rite Aid
- Sam’s Club
- SpartanNash grocery store pharmacies, look for "COVID-19 Vaccine" on these websites:
- Weatherwax Pharmacy, Jackson, MI (interest form)
How to Let Us Know If You Have Been Vaccinated Elsewhere
We encourage you to be vaccinated wherever you are given the first opportunity.
If you are a Michigan Medicine patient who has been vaccinated by a non-Michigan Medicine provider, we ask that you complete a short questionnaire, available in your MyUofMHealth patient portal account, to let us know. This is especially important for patients who were vaccinated through the VA or by out-of-state providers and helps ensure your vaccination records are up-to-date.
How to find the questionnaire: When you log into your account, a notification to “Report COVID-19 Vaccination Status” will pop up on your home screen. Choose the “Questionnaire” button to fill out a brief survey to let us know of your vaccination.
If you dismissed the notification previously but now wish to update your status, follow the directions below:
- Log into your MyUofMHealth patient portal account.
- Click on the "Menu" button at the top of the screen.
- Select “Questionnaires” from the drop-down menu.
- Select “Report COVID-19 Vaccinations” and complete the questionnaire.
If you are not a MyUofMHealth patient portal user, please bring your vaccine documentation to your next appointment so we can update your medical records to reflect your vaccination.
About the State of Michigan Vaccine Database
If you were vaccinated in the State of Michigan (excluding the VA), your vaccination record will be entered into a statewide database (MCIR) that securely connects with our electronic medical record system. If your medical record shows that you have been vaccinated through another provider in the State of Michigan, you will not receive an invitation to be vaccinated at Michigan Medicine. This helps us move on to offer other patients vaccination once we have the reassurance that you have already received your immunization.
If you were vaccinated by Veterans Affairs (the VA) or an out-of-state provider, your vaccine will not be registered into the statewide database.