Beaumont Health Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Program
As Michigan's health care leader throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Beaumont is now committed to vaccinating as many people as possible. Right now, we can vaccinate more than 3,200 people per day and we plan to expand to additional sites soon.
Based on Governor Whitmer's recent announcement about moving to Phase 1B, we will begin vaccinating people age 65 and older starting next week.
Frontline essential workers, such as teachers, who are also part of the Phase 1B group, should contact their employer or local health department to discuss their vaccination options.
Beaumont must follow state and federal guidelines for vaccine distribution. We continue to prepare for future phases of the vaccine and will vaccinate more people as soon as we are able to do so.
Due to anticipated overwhelming demand, we are unable to answer individual questions about the vaccine. However, we have created a robust, regularly updated, website with Frequently Asked Questions about the vaccine.
Please note: myBeaumontChart is our only way to schedule your vaccination appointment after you meet the state’s eligibility criteria.
If you are age 65 or older, here’s what you need to do to get the COVID-19 vaccine at Beaumont:
If you have an active personal myBeaumontChart account:
- Log in to your myBeaumontChart account and confirm your current email address is listed on your account.
- Then, look for a message in your personal email from oneChartAMB.oneChartAMB@beaumont.org. It will arrive as soon as you are eligible to schedule your vaccination.
- When you receive the email, open the message and click the link to schedule your vaccination.
If you do not have an active personal myBeaumontChart account: