Page updated May 5, 2021
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.
Vaccine Distribution Update
Updated 3:05 pm, April 30, 2021
Here are this week’s top updates from the Michigan Medicine patient vaccination program:
- Michigan Medicine patients (anyone with a Michigan Medicine medical record number, or MRN) can receive a vaccine through our walk-in vaccine clinic, Tuesday through Sunday, May 4-9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Michigan Stadium. If you don't have an MRN, you can call 734-936-4990 to set one up. 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. For more details and a map of the Michigan Stadium location, visit the Your Vaccination Appointment page.
- At Brighton Health Center, we are administering the Moderna vaccine at this time.
- At Michigan Stadium, we are administering the Pfizer vaccine at this time.
- We have extended invitations to schedule vaccine appointments to all established Michigan Medicine patients age 16 and up. Learn more about our scheduling process and how to check your portal account to see if you have a vaccine invitation.
- Parents and adult caregivers of children with special health care needs are eligible to be vaccinated and can sign up to request a vaccine appointment on mottchildren.org.
If You Haven’t Received an Invitation to Be Vaccinated
We have sent invitations to all established Michigan Medicine patients who are age 16 and up and living in the State of Michigan who have not gotten vaccinated elsewhere.
If you haven’t received an invitation to be vaccinated and believe you should have, please consider the following:
We are so pleased you made this decision to protect yourself and your community.
If you were vaccinated in the State of Michigan (excluding the VA), your vaccination record was entered into a statewide immunization 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.
The State of Michigan is allocating vaccine to hospitals based on a formula that factors in the number of patients they have. For this reason, right now we are only offering vaccine appointment invitations to patients who are currently under the care of a Michigan Medicine provider.
For the most part, this would include anyone seen by a Michigan Medicine provider in the last 2-3 years. This may not include individuals who only visited one of our locations for a blood draw or a radiology procedure such as an x-ray or MRI.
Visit our Finding Vaccines page for tips on how to find a vaccine appointment in your area.
If you've received an invitation to schedule your vaccination appointment, it will be viewable on the MyUofMHealth patient portal. Log in to your portal account to find the appointment scheduling message on your home page, click the blue "Schedule Now" button, and then follow the steps to choose a location, date and time for your appointment.
For a detailed guide to scheduling your appointment, including screenshots of the patient portal, view or download the Scheduling Your COVID-19 Vaccine PDF.
If you have not been vaccinated elsewhere, have been under the care of a Michigan Medicine provider in the last 2 years, and have checked your portal account to be sure you don’t have an open invitation, you can call our hotline at 734-763-6336 for assistance.
You can also check out our Finding Vaccines page for tips on how to find a vaccine appointment in your area.
COVID-19 Vaccinations at Michigan Medicine by the Numbers
As of end of day, Tuesday, May 4, 2021
Total COVID-19 Vaccine Doses at Michigan Medicine: 119,297
State of Michigan data: For detailed vaccine distribution data by region and county within the state of Michigan, visit the COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard page on the Michigan.gov site.
J&J Vaccine Pause Lifted
Following a thorough safety review, the CDC and FDA have determined that the use of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine should resume. For more information, visit the associated article on the FDA website.
Michigan Medicine has not administered any of the J&J vaccine through our patient vaccine program. If you received the J&J vaccine as part of a research trial at Michigan Medicine, contact your study administrator with questions.
For more information about the blood clots experienced by a small number of J&J vaccine recipients and symptoms to look for if you have received the J&J vaccine, visit Blood Clots and COVID-19 Vaccines: What You Need to Know.
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