ANN ARBOR – Michigan Medicine has opened its COVID vaccine clinic at Michigan Stadium to all walk-ins ages 16 and older.
The clinic is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Thursday this week. More dates and times will be announced soon.
Previously, individuals seeking the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine had to be patients of Michigan Medicine. While a Michigan Medicine medical record number is still required to receive the shot, those who do not have an MRN can all 734-936-4990 and select option 1 to set one up.
Additionally, those interested in receiving the Moderna vaccine can schedule an appointment at the health system’s Brighton Health Center clinic, which is not currently accepting walk-ins.
Patients can schedule appointments at either the Michigan Stadium or Brighton clinics directly through U-M’s patient portal or by calling 734-763-6336.
Here’s some more information about getting vaccinated against COVID-19 from Michigan Medicine’s website:
Did you get your COVID-19 vaccine from a non U-M provider?
In order to help us use our resources to most effectively reach patients who have not yet been vaccinated, and to ensure your vaccination records are up-to-date, we ask that patients who have been vaccinated by non-Michigan Medicine providers complete a short questionnaire. This is especially important for patients who were vaccinated through the VA or by out-of-state providers.
You may do this through your MyUofMHealth patient portal account. When you log into your MyUofMHealth patient portal 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. View detailed instructions on how to find the vaccine questionnaire.
Look for vaccine opportunities near you.
We strongly encourage eligible patients to explore additional opportunities to be vaccinated through a variety of options, including local health departments, retail pharmacies and mass vaccination clinics. Learn how to find a vaccine appointment near you.
You’ve got questions. Our website has answers.
How do mRNA vaccines work? How are the available vaccine offerings different from each other? What are the side effects of the vaccines?
Our Frequently Asked Questions page has answers to a wide range of questions, as well as links to a variety of other resources and tools. Explore our COVID-19 vaccine FAQ library.