How to sign up for Blue Queue, MyUofMHealth


If you are affiliated with U-M, you can complete the Blue Queue questionnaire at

Based on what phase you fall under, you will eventually receive an invitation to schedule your vaccination appointment from Blue Queue.

Once you have received the invitation, you also must have a medical record number (MRN) and sign up for a MyUofMHealth account in order to schedule a vaccination appointment. Scheduling and documenting through U-M’s electronic health record helps the university ensure your vaccine is reported to the state’s immunization registry right away to assist with their COVID vaccine dose orders and allocations.

Those not currently registered as an employee or patient at Michigan Medicine will first need to register and obtain an MRN. These individuals are asked to call registration at 734-936-4990 and press option 1 between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The team will help you establish an MRN and set up your MyUofMHealth account.

Patients and employees at U-M with an MRN but no MyUofMHealth account should fill out an online form at If you do not remember your MRN, you may enter all zeros to expedite this process.

If you have questions or need help accessing your existing MyUofMHealth account, please contact Patient Portal Support at 734-615-0872 between 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday, or 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. However, this number should not be used to schedule a vaccine appointment.



  1. Jean Hermsen
    on March 4, 2021 at 2:17 pm

    I am writing to you to correct my form I filled out. when the question was asked if I had cancer I put no. i read the question and by mistake I said no. I have had cancer 2x, last one was in June where I had surgery. I am seeing my Oncology , Dr. Krause and surgeon, Dr. Byrn. I have apts coming up. Could you please correct my form I filled out to say I have cancer. I am hoping I will get Covid shots before my apts. Again I am sorry for my mistake.

    I do not have internet at home, could you please call me at 810-231-1690 to make appointment.

    Jean Hermsen

    • University Record
      on March 4, 2021 at 2:30 pm

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