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CDR Health to Resume Mass Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Sites

CDR Health to Resume Mass Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Sites

March 9, 2022

Contact: Vanessa Butwell
(941) 875-5241

CDR Health to Resume Mass Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Sites

Three Additional Locations Across the State of Florida to Offer Sotrovimab/Bebtelovimab

Tallahassee, FL – CDR Health, one of the leading COVID-19 testing, vaccination, and monoclonal antibody therapy providers in Florida, is pleased to announce that they will resume offering monoclonal antibody treatments at 3 sites across the State of Florida, in addition to the CDR Health Tallahassee Clinic, which resumed monoclonal antibody treatments last week.


The sites will administer supplies of Sotrovimab first, followed by the recently approved Bebtelovimab—both FDA-EUA authorized monoclonal antibody treatments that have been shown to be effective against the Omicron variant.


The sites will begin administering treatments on Thursday, March 10th, and patients can start booking appointments today, March 9th, by visiting The sites will only be accepting COVID-19 positive patients at this time.


“We have administered over 150,000 monoclonal treatments across the State of Florida and are pleased to reopen several of our sites to continue offering this life-saving treatment,” said Tina Vidal-Duart, CDR Health CEO.  “We hope to continue providing mass treatment options to the residents of Florida as the state gets additional allocations of monoclonal supplies from the federal government.”


The following locations will reopen on Thursday, March 10th:


Orange County:
Clarcona Site
3607 Damon Rd
Apopka, FL 32703


Palm Beach County:
West Gate Park & Recreation Center
3691 Oswego Ave
West Palm Beach, FL 33409


Lee County:
Old Bonita Springs Library
26876 Pine Ave
Bonita Springs, FL 34135

CDR Maguire’s healthcare team has been providing vaccination data management and staff augmentation services since vaccines first became available in the State of Florida. CDR’s proprietary software, CDR HealthPro™, is designed to collect and keep track of patient data, integrating all patient, county, state, and federal needs into one streamlined portal. In addition, CDR has provided PCR, Antibody and Antigen COVID-19 test kits, laboratory services, patient notification, testing site logistics and management, medical supplies and PPE, and field hospital oversight and management to the Florida Division of Emergency Management and several counties since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.