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Follow these steps to determine if you are a candidate for monoclonal antibody treatment. If you are looking to information on COVID-19 antibody testing, click here.

  • Step 1 (VISIT): You will need to be seen by a provider to receive an order for monoclonal antibody treatment. You can:
    • Schedule a visit with your primary care provider.
    • Go to the Gunnison Valley Health Urgent Care Clinic located at 707 N. Iowa Street in Gunnison.
    • Go to the Gunnison Valley Health Mountain Clinic located at 12 Snowmass Road, Axtel 100 in Mt. Crested Butte.
    • If you do not have a primary care provider, contact the Gunnison Valley Health Family Medicine Clinic at 970-642-8413 to schedule a visit.
  • Step 2 (SCREEN & ORDER): Your provider will complete the required eligibility screening and supply you with the necessary treatment order for Gunnison Valley Health to be your infusion location.
  • Step 3 (SCHEDULE): Once your eligibility screening is received by our pharmacy, a representative from Gunnison Valley Health will contact you to schedule a date and time for your treatment.

Please note:

  • This is a clinical trial that is operating under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). It is not a cure for COVID. It may help decrease the severity of the disease and potentially improve your recovery.
  • If your doctor indicates you are a candidate, you will need to bring a prescription from your provider to your appointment.

Talk to your doctor to learn more about this treatment and what it means to be a part of a clinical trial.

Download the monoclonal antibody treatment information sheet.