Southfield, MI

Beaumont Health will trial new walk-in Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic

Matthew Donnellon

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Southfield based Beaumont Health will be trialing a walk-in vaccine clinic to help combat the Covid-19 pandemic.

Today, it will begin a two hour trial program for walk-ins to get the vaccine, instead of taking appointments only.

Beaumont Health is one of the largest healthcare systems in the state and has been at the forefront of the effort against the nouvelle coronavirus since the pandemic began.

Officials for the hospital have said that anyone is welcome provided they are over 16 and they do not need a myBeaumontChart profile nor will they need to schedule an appointment.

The walk-in clinic will take place at the Southfield located Beaumont Service Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The healthcare organization has indicated should the program be successful they will add more walk-in clinics.

Beaumont Health Chief Operating Officer Carolyn Wilson told WXYZ ““Our goal is to vaccinate as many people as possible. We truly believe the vaccine is the key to ending the pandemic. We hope that offering this walk-in clinic will make it even easier for people to get vaccinated. Beaumont remains committed to providing a safe and efficient experience in our vaccine clinics by maintaining social distancing and other fundamentals.”

So far, Beaumont has been able to vaccine more than 300,000 people and plans to continue ramping up vaccinations as more vaccines are made available, as they report to be able to vaccinate up to 50,000 people a week.

If you cannot make the walk-in time you can still make an appointment online or you can call 1-800-592-4784.

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