Vaccine Registration

Local health departments, health systems and some pharmacies are currently authorized to administer COVID-19 vaccinations to all individuals 16 years and older in the state of Michigan.
Vaccines at all locations are by appointment only – no walk-ins will be accepted – and most locations have waiting lists for appointments. In order to get an appointment for the vaccine, you must register. Please click on a provider listed below and complete a COVID-19 vaccination registration. As doses become available, you will be contacted by that provider to make an appointment.

Kent County

Kent County Health Partner Community Vaccine Clinics

Some Kent County hospitals and community organizations have partnered on a survey tool to register individuals for appointments at various clinics throughout the County.

West Michigan Vaccine Clinic at DeVos Place

Call or click to schedule an appointment or to register for the waiting list

Metro Health – University of Michigan Health

Kent County Vaccine Transportation Access

If you are 60+ and think you might need a ride to get your COVID-19 vaccine, you may be eligible for a low-cost or donation-based ride.
Learn More »

Other West Michigan Counties

Allegan County Health Department

Barry Eaton District Health Department

Berrien County Health Department

District Health Department #10

Ionia County Health Department

Mid-Michigan District Health Department

Muskegon County Public Health

North Ottawa Community Health System

Ottawa County Department of Public Health

West Michigan Pharmacies

Meijer

Rite Aid

Sam's Club Pharmacy

Important Registration Information

If you have already registered with a provider, you will be notified when vaccines are available and it’s time to make an appointment. If you currently have an appointment to receive a vaccine, space is reserved for you and you do not need to register again. If you are registered through multiple providers and you get your vaccine, please respond to other providers when they contact you to let them know you no longer need an appointment.

Other important notes:

  • Minors age 16 and 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian in order to receive a vaccine. Written consent will not be accepted as a substitute – the parent or guardian must be present. Only the Pfizer vaccine is being administered to individuals age 16 and 17.
  • Some small community clinics have been established to specifically serve higher risk and disproportionally impacted populations. Those clinics will contact eligible community members directly to make appointments; registration for those locations is not available on this website.
  • Remember, vaccines are available by appointment only – no walk-ins will be accepted at any location.

Thank you for your interest in the COVID-19 vaccine and for your patience as our community works together to stop the spread of the virus.