Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC), in association with local and regional partners, is providing patients with the ability to access COVID-19 therapies for the early treatment of COVID-19.
This program provides treatment for outpatients with COVID-19 who are at high-risk of progression to severe illness. While the first line of defence against COVID-19 is vaccination, these therapies may help reduce the risk of progressing from mild COVID-19 to severe infection that requires hospitalization for high-risk individuals.
The COVID-19 Therapy Clinic is located in the COVID-19 Assessment Centre, 984 Oliver Road, on the TBRHSC campus.
Am I eligible for COVID-19 therapy?
Patients who test positive for COVID-19 and have mild symptoms lasting five to seven days or less may be eligible if they meet criteria for higher risk of severe disease. Find out if you are eligible for treatment by clicking HERE.
What should I expect?
Patients will under go an assessment in person or by phone to determine if eligible for treatment.
What are the next steps for patients after treatment?
Patients are still considered contagious and must continue to follow all Public Health guidelines, which includes isolation requirements. They are permitted to leave isolation for medical treatments.
How do I get a referral?
Patients can be referred to the clinic by their health care provider, Telehealth or can self refer through the Assessment Centre’s online booking portal. For more information please call the Assessment Centre main line at (807) 935-8100.
I am a physician. How do I refer my patient to the COVID-19 Therapy Clinic?
You can download the referral form or contact us at TBRHSC.COVID19TherapyClinic@tbh.net.