Page updated June 20, 2022
Vaccine Doses Available
The following vaccine doses are now available from University of Michigan Health:
- Boosters: For people 5 and older who completed their Pfizer or Moderna vaccine series at least 5 months ago or received the one-shot J&J vaccine at least 2 months ago.
- Vaccines and boosters for children ages 5 and up and vaccines for children as young as 6 months old: Visit our pediatric vaccine information page for vaccine updates for this age group.
- Third doses: The CDC recommends patients with compromised immunity who have received two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine receive a third dose at least 28 days after your second dose.
See below under "Scheduling a Vaccination Appointment" for how to schedule an appointment for each type of shot.
For more about vaccine booster shots and third doses, including information about who should receive them, visit our COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ page.
More on Our Health Blog: Learn about what the new recommendations mean for everyone in our Michigan Health Blog post, "Should you get a third dose of COVID vaccine?"
Scheduling a Vaccination Appointment
Who: Anyone with a Michigan Medicine medical record number (MRN). If you are not an established Michigan Medicine patient, please call 734-936-4990 to set up an MRN before calling to schedule your appointment.
How: Appointments can be scheduled online through the MyUofMHealth patient portal. If you do not have a portal account you can schedule an appointment by calling the COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Call Center at 734-763-6336 (select option 1, then option 2 to speak with an agent) 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
See the sections below for specific information about second and third dose appointments, boosters and vaccinations for adolescents and children.
Second and Third Dose Appointments
Who: Michigan Medicine can give a vaccine to someone eligible for their second or third dose, even if the individual did not receive their first dose from Michigan Medicine. Proof of prior COVID-19 vaccination must be provided.
How: To schedule a second dose vaccine, you must first contact our COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Call Center at 734-763-6336 (select option 1, then option 2 to speak with an agent) to confirm that you have received a first dose and have your medical record updated so that a second dose appointment request can be issued. From there, you can schedule over the phone or online through our MyUofMHealth patient portal.
Third dose appointments for patients with compromised immunity can be scheduled online through the MyUofMHealth patient portal. If you do not have a portal account you can schedule an appointment by calling the COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Call Center at 734-763-6336 (select option 1, then option 2 to speak with an agent) 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. You must be able to provide documentation of vaccination at your vaccine appointment.
Second and third dose vaccines are also widely available at local pharmacies. See our Finding Vaccines page for tips on how to find a vaccine appointment in your area.
Booster Shot Appointments
Who: For those who completed their Pfizer or Moderna vaccine series at least 5 months ago.
How: Booster appointments can be scheduled online through the MyUofMHealth patient portal. If you do not have a portal account you can schedule an appointment by calling the COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Call Center at 734-763-6336 (select option 1, then option 2 to speak with an agent) 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Boosters are also available through retail pharmaices and local health departments. Visit www.vaccines.gov for help in finding other vaccine providers near you.
Vaccinations for Adolescents and Children
Who: The FDA has expanded emergency use authorization for individuals as young as 6 months old to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and for children ages 5 and up who received their second dose of Pfizer vaccine more than 5 months ago to receive a booster.
How: Visit our COVID-19 Vaccines for Adolescents & Children page to learn more.
Vaccine Clinic Locations
Our U-M North Campus Research Complex clinic is offering appointments for the Pfizer vaccine in both the adult and pediatric (age 5-11) dose. Our Brighton Health Center and Northville Health Center vaccine clinics are offering appointments for the Moderna vaccine and the pediatric Pfizer vaccine (for patients age 5-11). See the Your Vaccination Appointment page for maps and other details specific to these locations.
If You Have Been Vaccinated Elsewhere
If you are a Michigan Medicine patient who has been vaccinated by a non-Michigan Medicine provider, we ask that you update your patient record with your vaccination information. 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. For detailed instructions on how to update your patient record, see our Finding Vaccines page under “How to Let Us Know if You Have Been Vaccinated Elsewhere”
About the University of Michigan Vaccine Requirement
The University of Michigan announced on July 30 it is requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for all U-M students, faculty and staff, including Michigan Medicine, by the start of the fall term on August 30. Visit the press release on the University Record website for more details and the complete announcement.
In addition, current regulations issued by Medicare require Michigan Medicine employees to have received their first vaccination or requested an exemption by January 27. Following the Supreme Court decision on January 13 to uphold the Medicare vaccine mandate, Michigan Medicine began working with union leaders to prepare to comply with the January 27 vaccination deadline.
For Michigan Medicine employees, visit the Required COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs on the Michigan Medicine Headlines website for more information.
Employee Vaccination Data
To see the number and percentage of Michigan Medicine employees who are vaccinated, as well as the most recent information about how the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) vaccine mandate affects Michigan Medicine union employees, visit our COVID-19 at Michigan Medicine by the Numbers page.
COVID-19 at Michigan Medicine by the Numbers
We've moved this information to a new page. Visit our COVID-19 at Michigan Medicine by the Numbers page to see:
- Daily weekday snapshots of our patient COVID-19 testing and inpatient numbers
- An infographic showing COVID-19 patient hospitalization data by vaccination status, treatment needed and other factors
- Michigan Medicine employee testing and vaccination data
- Number of vaccination doses delivered by Michigan Medicine
For University of Michigan campus data, see the U-M COVID-19 Data dashboard(link is external).
For FAQs for Michigan Medicine employees, visit the FAQs: COVID-19 page on Michigan Medicine Headlines(link is external).