Outpatient Monoclonal Antibody Treatment

Treat early, treat wisely. Seek outpatient monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19. If you have high risk factors (ie. over 65, obesity, diabetes, hypertension etc.) and were exposed to COVID-19, or have symptoms, take a test.

If you tested positive and you are at risk, contact your doctor immediately to discuss whether monoclonal antibody treatment, (Regeneron® or Eli Lilly®) is appropriate for you, and if so, to arrange access.

Important: Anyone with a positive COVID-19 test must seek immediate medical guidance.

The following are hospitals that currently offer outpatient monoclonal antibody treatments (partial list) and the best way to access them:

ER Walk-ins NY/NJ:*

  • Good Samaritan Hospital (Suffern, NY)

  • NY Community Hospital (Brooklyn, NY)

  • Maimonides Medical Center (Brooklyn, NY)

  • Staten Island University Hospital (Staten Island, NY)

  • Richmond University Medical Center (Staten Island, NY)

  • Montefiore Nyack Hospital (Nyack, NJ)

  • St. Frances Hospital (Roslyn, NY) will test at the ER if no positive COVID test is available.

  • Holy Name Medical Center (Teaneck, NJ)

  • Monmouth Medical Center North Campus (Long Branch, NJ)

  • Monmouth Medical Center South Campus (Lakewood, NJ): call Lev Rochel Bikur Cholim of Lakewood for current options: 732-905-3020 

  • Community Medical Center (Toms River, NJ)

  • St. Mary’s General Hospital (Passaic, NJ)

  • Saint Joseph’s University Medical Center (Paterson, NJ)

  • Newark Beth Israel Hospital (Newark, NJ)

The following health centers now offer monoclonal antibody treatment:

  • ODA-Wallabout Health Center at 74 Wallabout Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249. Patients can call between 9-5: 718-260-4600, to make an appointment.

  • Ezra Medical Center at 1278 60th Street, Brooklyn. To schedule an appointment please call
    718-686-2006 Sun-Thursday 9-5 (last appt 3:30), Friday 9-1 (last appt 11:30).

  • Refuah Health Center at 728 N Main Street, Spring Valley, NY. For an appointment please call
    845-354-9300.

  • Hatzalah of Baltimore Outpatient Monoclonal Antibody Center

       Physician Referral Required https://hatzalahbaltimore.org/covid/

       For additional information email covidtherapy@hatzalahbaltimore.org

ER Walk-ins Florida:*

  • Mount Sinai Hospital (Dade County, Miami Beach, FL)

  • Jackson Memorial Hospital (Dade County, Miami, FL)

  • University of Miami Hospital (Dade County, Miami, FL)

  • Tampa General Hospital (USF Health) (Tampa , FL)

  • Boca Raton Regional Hospital (Palm Beach County, Boca Raton, FL)

  • Bethesda Hospital West (Palm Beach County, FL)

ER Walk-ins CT:*

  • Bristol Hospital (Bristol, CT). Positive PCR Covid test required. Call 860-585-3000 for brief tele-health appointment. Doctor will qualify you for ER outpatient treatment.

Physician Referral Hotlines:

  • Hackensack Meridian Health (NJ) 551-996-4428

  • Mt. Sinai S. Nassau (NY) 516-632-4998

  • Northwell (SI and LI) 516-918-6089

  • Montefiore Nyack Hospital 845-348-2345

  • Monmouth Medical Center South Campus (Lakewood, NJ): call Lev Rochel Bikur Cholim of Lakewood for current options: 732-905-3020 


The following institutions require a doctor prescription/referral in Florida:

  • Memorial Hospital (Pembrooke Pines, FL)

  • Advent Health-Orlando Campus (Orlando, FL)

  • Brandon Regional Hospital (Hillsborough County, FL) call: 813-916-1581 or 813-460-3187

  • Blade Medical Center (Manatee County, FL) call: 941-798-6150

  • St. Petersburg General Hospital (Pinellas County, FL) call: 727-341-4909

  • Medical Center of Trinity (Pasco County, FL) call: 727-834-491​​

 

Online Registration:

Please note: Not all hospitals on this list are similarly recommended for COVID-19 inpatient care.

*As hospital polices may change, one can confirm availability by calling the ER directly. Bring positive COVID test to ER.

The following information is relevant to at-home monoclonal antibody treatment, available in 7 cities across the USA:

Currently available via CVS Health in: Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles (patients living within 75 miles of CVS Los Angeles), Milwaukee (patients living within 75 miles of CVS New Berlin), Minneapolis (patients living within 75 miles of CVS Mendota Heights), Tampa, Florida (patients living within 75 miles of CVS Tampa)

For assistance in navigating this option, call Gitty at 323-833-1092

HHS Listing of Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Centers (non-comprehensive)

For an early treatment monoclonal antibody location in your area and/or for more information about the use of bamlanivimab in COVID-19, contact Lilly’s hotline between 9am-7pm at 1-855-LillyC19 (1-855-545-5921). 

 

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.

CPI currently recommends Mt. Sinai (NYC)

Disclaimer: the above are general suggestions, not to be construed as medical advice, and should be discussed with your healthcare provider.

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For more information on clinical trials of Bamlanivimab visit clinicaltrials.org