Beginning April 5, all residents ages 16 and up are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Michigan. But where and how can you register for the vaccine in the greater Auburn Hills area?
*Please note: The Library is an information resource, not a vaccine distributor, and library staff cannot provide medical advice. This is a fast-changing situation, and information shared on this page may not be up-to-date. Check with vaccine distributors for the most updated information.
- You can register to save your spot through multiple sites. You can cancel your spot on other sites once you have scheduled an appointment.
- You may be eligible to register in multiple counties, especially if you live and work in different counties.
- Some vaccine distributors may require you to create an account to sign up online.
- Some vaccine distributors will require proof of eligibility and identity or other paperwork. Check their website before your appointment to ensure you have all necessary materials.
- Only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for use for ages 16-18.
- For COVID-19 vaccine-related questions or registration assistance, contact the Oakland County Nurse on Call at 800-848-5533 or the Michigan COVID-19 Hotline at 888-535-6136 (press 1).
All county health departments are offering their own registration or scheduling systems. Check the counties closest to you for more information.
Oakland County Save Your Spot
All who live or work in Oakland County can register for this list. Oakland County will contact registrants based on eligibility and first in line.
Oakland County Homebound Signup
Homebound Oakland County residents can submit the online patient intake form and select “Oakland County Residents – Homebound” or leave a message at the number provided. Ready Nursing Solutions will reach out to contacts directly to set up an appointment.
Macomb County Health Department
Appointment scheduling is available to those who live or work in Macomb.
Pre-registration is available, and appointment scheduling will be decided based on dose availability and eligibility.
Vaccines are available to residents of the City of Detroit and those who work on a job site in Detroit.
text COVID to 75049
or call your local pharmacy
Auburn Hills (Brown Rd): 248-393-5110
Rochester Hills (Marketplace Cir): 248-844-2810
Rochester Hills (Rochester Rd): 248-844-5010
Meijer will contact registrants via text based on eligibility and first in line. A Meijer Pharmacy account may be needed, but anyone can sign up for an account.
Ford Field Registration is available at clinic.meijer.com/register/CL2021 or by texting “EndCovid” to 75049 or calling the Michigan COVID-19 Hotline at 888-535-6136 (press 1)
New appointments are posted regularly throughout the week as they open. Appointments cannot be made by calling local stores.
call 800-925-4733 or local pharmacies
Check vaccine availability before filling in your personal information. A Walgreens Pharmacy account may be needed, but anyone can sign up for an account.
Select Kroger locations have the vaccine. New appointments are posted regularly throughout the week as they open.
Select CVS locations have the vaccine. New appointments are posted regularly throughout the week as they open.
Omega Pharmacy LLC
248-481-9004 or 248-481-9158
This independently owned pharmacy in Pontiac has limited vaccine appointments available for scheduling.
The Medicine Shoppe
Sign up online for the vaccination waitlist at this independently owned pharmacy in Sterling Heights.
Walmart & Sam’s Club
Walmart and Sam’s Club are not distributing at many locations in Michigan yet. A Walmart or Sam’s Club account may be needed to register, but anyone can sign up for an account.
The Pharmacy Shop
Walk-in appointments for this locally owned pharmacy in Madison Heights may be available for limited vaccine supply. Call in advance to check availability and requirements.
Beaumont Save My Shot
Beaumont will contact registrants based on eligibility and first in line. A MyBeaumontChart account is required for online registration, but non-patients can sign up and register for the vaccine by clicking the “Create an Account” button.
St. Joseph Mercy Oakland
St. Joseph offers several registration options. Users can sign in to their MyChart account or create one, fill out the COVID questionnaire, watch for a notification, and schedule their appointment. The Oakland location also offers self-scheduling; however, if scheduling pages are blank, there is no more appointment availability at this time.
St. Joe’s also has a Rapid Stand-By list for those who can arrive to the hospital within 20 minutes of being contacted. Those signed up for the list may be contacted if cancellations allow for new openings.
Appointment listings are updated every Monday. McLaren has a partnership with Walgreens for distribution, but appointments are made through the McLaren website.
Ascension Urgent Care – Troy & Southfield
Ascension is offering vaccine clinics in Troy and Southfield urgent care sites. Online check-in is available. Those who cannot check in online are asked to print, fill out, and bring in paper registration and vaccine forms.
Henry Ford Health System
Established patients will be notified of appointment openings so long as they are signed up with a MyChart account. The system is not offering non-patient signups at this time.
Garden City Hospital
Patients who have visited in the last three years and are eligible will be contacted by staff as appointments become available. Those included in the current vaccine prioritization group may register online when appointments are available. New appointments will be posted as they become available.
New distribution locations and information will be posted to these websites as they become available.
- Oakland County Vaccine Hub: oaklandcountyvaccine.com
- Michigan Vaccine Information: Michigan.gov/COVIDVaccine
- CDC COVID Vaccine Information: CDC.gov/vaccines/covid-19
- VaccineFinder: VaccineFinder.org
VaccineFinder is a website to help you find COVID-19 vaccine distribution sites near you. The site is managed by the Boston Children’s Hospital in partnership with the CDC.
- Detroit Area Vaccine Hunters Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/225542865902649
This Facebook Group focuses on crowdsourced information about vaccine availability in the greater Southeast Michigan area. As with all social media groups, caution is advised, since it is easy for inaccurate or misleading information to spread on these sites and personal identifying information may fall into the wrong hands.