COVID Information: Massachusetts Mobile Monoclonal Antibody Clinics

With cases of COVID on the rise again, Massachusetts has established three state supported mobile units for monoclonal antibody treatment for high-risk individuals who have been exposed to or have COVID-19.

These new mobile clinics — which have the capacity to treat a combined 500 patients per week — are located in Everett, Fall River, and Holyoke. The treatment, which has been shown to be effective in reducing severity of disease and keeping COVID-19-positive individuals from being hospitalized, is free of charge for patients. However, a provider referral is required.

To refer a patient to one of these sites, complete an online Monoclonal Antibody Report and Request Form. This form can be used to order monoclonal antibody therapy from a variety of sites, including the three mobile units. If you have any questions or want to refer a patient but are not able to complete the Provider Referral Form, please call the mobile clinic referral line at 508-974-3431.

If your health care facility, such as a long term care facility or other congregate setting, is experiencing an outbreak and may need onsite administration of monoclonal antibody therapy, email the Massachusetts Department of Public Health at dph.bhcsq@mass.gov.

For additional provider information on monoclonal antibody therapy, including a map of public sites, please visit the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s website.


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