Beaumont Health Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Program

  Beaumont is currently sending randomized invitations to schedule vaccine appointments to people 65 and older with an active myBeaumontChart account. There are no walk-in appointments at any Beaumont location. Due to overwhelming demand, we are unable to answer individual phone calls or emails about the vaccine or myBeaumontChart. Please review our regularly updated Frequently Asked Questions about the vaccine.

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Last Updated: January 15, 2021

As required by the state and federal 1B criteria, Beaumont is offering a limited number of appointments to individuals who are 65 and older. Beaumont’s computer system uses an equitable, randomized process to select groups of patients who meet the 1B criteria and also have an active myBeaumontChart account. As groups of individuals are selected using this process, they will receive an email inviting them to schedule their vaccination. Beaumont’s goal is to vaccinate its entire patient population as quickly as possible.

At this time, Beaumont can only schedule a limited number of vaccines due to vaccine supply. The health system is also cooperating with the state, health departments and other organizations to equitably distribute the vaccine to eligible groups.

Frequently Asked Questions

We are encouraged by the overwhelming response to expanding our COVID-19 vaccinations. To address a few of the common questions we've been receiving:

  • Due to a limited number of appointments available, we are using an equitable and randomized process to send email appointments select to patients who meet the state and federal 1B criteria of being 65 and older. Currently, that is the only way to schedule your appointment.
  • Appointments will be scheduled at the Beaumont Service Center in Southfield, and the health system’s Dearborn and Troy campuses.
  • All vaccination appointments must be scheduled in advance online. Walk-ins are not permitted.
  • We cannot accommodate appointments for family members, including spouses, if they did not receive an invite. That means it’s possible a wife could be invited to schedule her vaccine, but her husband might not.
  • People accompanying someone to an appointment must wait in their vehicle unless the individual requires physical assistance or a legal guardian.
  • If you have specific questions about the vaccine and whether you should take it, contact your doctor.

We appreciate your patience.

Steps to Take

Have an Active myBeaumontChart Account?

If you are 65 or older and already have an active personal myBeaumontChart account:

  1. Login to your myBeaumontChart account and confirm your current email address is listed on your account.

  2. Watch your personal email inbox for a message from Beaumont. Our computer system is using a randomized process to select patients who meet the criteria. At this time, a limited number of appointments are available so you may not receive an invitation right away.

  3. Once you receive an email, it will include a link that allows you to schedule your appointment. You cannot schedule until you receive that invitation.

Don't Have a myBeaumontChart Account?

If you do not have an active personal myBeaumontChart account, create one online.


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