Outpatient Monoclonal Antibody Treatment
Treat early, treat wisely.
If you test COVID-19 positive and have a high-risk factor (65+, BMI 25, Pregnancy, Chronic Kidney Disease, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Asthma, and other medical conditions) immediately seek outpatient monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19.
FDA authorizes monoclonal antibodies as a preventative treatment after exposure.
Qualified for patients who are (i) unvaccinated or (ii) vaccinated and immunocompromised
AND otherwise, qualify for monoclonal treatment.
Email us to see if you qualify for monoclonal treatment.
Important: Anyone with a positive COVID-19 test must seek immediate medical guidance.
Searchable Database of Facilities
Periodically updated - if you do not see your location, contact us.
HHS Listing of Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Centers (non-comprehensive)
To search for a monoclonal antibody treatment center near you.
Regeneron Hotline 1-844-734-6643.
COVID-19 can cause “silent hypoxia” even to low-risk patients, meaning the patient doesn’t realize that their oxygen level is dropping. A pulse oximeter is simple to use and can identify this early. It is better to arrive at the hospital earlier than later, certainly if oxygen levels begin to drop.
If you need to be hospitalized do not “wait and see”!
Choose a hospital with up-to-date treatments: plasma, steroids, blood thinners etc.
Disclaimer: the above are general suggestions, not to be construed as medical advice, and should be discussed with your healthcare provider.