The West Michigan Vaccine Clinic at DeVos Place is expecting to provide 12,000 vaccinations on Monday.
While the clinic has the capacity to provide 20,000 vaccinations, it is limited by vaccine supplies. The clinic, which operates by appointment only, currently has supply for and has scheduled 12,000 first vaccine doses.
The clinic also has expanded parking options to improve the community and patient experience.
People age 65 and over or who require mobility assistance are invited to park at DeVos Place, entering the north parking entrance from the west on Michigan Street or the south parking entrance from the east on Lyon Street.
A parking attendant will provide special instructions for those who need assistance. Drivers also can use the drop-off zone in front of DeVos Place on Monroe Avenue and proceed to the cell phone lot within the Gerald R. Ford Museum parking lots to wait until pick-up notification.
All others can choose one of the following convenient parking options:
- Government Center Ramp: Across the street from DeVos Place, parking is located at Government Center, 300 Monroe Ave. NW. The ramp can be accessed off Ottawa Avenue or one of the two Monroe entrances. Bring parking ticket to the clinic for validation.
- MOTU: Park at any of the MOTU meters. To download the MOTU app instructions or get a free two-hour parking validation code, click here and then clock “DeVos Place Instructions.”
- Gerald Ford Museum north and south Lots and Rapid Shuttle: Park at the museum lots, located off Scribner Avenue and Bridge Street/Michigan Avenue. These lots are available as overflow, and gates will open automatically upon entry. A shuttle from The Rapid will run every eight minutes to and from DeVos Place. The shuttle stop is located on Bridge Street/Michigan Avenue. To return to these lots, The Rapid will pick up at the bus stop located just outside of DeVos Place/Monroe Avenue on the left after exiting the building.
More information about the clinic can be found here.