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Monoclonal Antibody Therapy

Monoclonal antibody therapy has been approved by the FDA as a treatment for mild to moderate COVID-19. Maui Health is currently offering a monoclonal antibody therapy called Regeneron and we are looking at ways to expand the number of patients we can provide this treatment to on Maui.

This treatment is available by physician referral and is done as an outpatient procedure. If you or a loved one is diagnosed with COVID, talk with your doctor about whether you would qualify for this treatment.

If you are a physician on Maui, visit the Maui Health Community Physician Portal for more information.

Have COVID-19? You Could Be Eligible for Monoclonal Antibody Treatment

If you’re diagnosed with COVID-19, you may qualify for monoclonal antibody treatments that can make your symptoms less severe and reduce the likelihood you need to be hospitalized. In clinical trials, only 2% of people who received monoclonal antibody therapy developed severe symptoms or needed to be hospitalized, compared to 7% who did not receive the treatment.

How can I get COVID-19 treatment?

Fill out the COVID Treatment Referral Form. A provider will contact you for a phone assessment and schedule your appointment if deemed necessary. All requests must be submitted via online form.

Complete COVID Treatment Referral Form

For further questions about Maui Health's treatment options, email MHS-CovidTherapies-Outpt@kp.org.

Please do not go to the ER for COVID-19 treatment without an appointment.

How is the COVID-19 treatment administered?

Depending on what treatment is prescribed to you, treatments are administered either orally or via IV (intravenous). Currently, Maui Health has limited supply of the COVID-19 treatments. Once you submit your request form, our provider will review and assess your needs and if you qualify, will determine which treatment is best for you.