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This is a summary of recommendations and resources for COVID-19 therapeutics adapted from information provided by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). Because COVID-19 therapeutics are a rapidly changing area of pandemic response, we encourage all providers to regularly check for updates on variant resistance, eligible populations, and treatment guidelines. 

Available Outpatient Therapies at Each Disease Stage 

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The red circle indicates: not effective against Omicron and as of 4/5/22 no longer authorized for use in any U.S region. 

ORAL ANTIVIRAL TREATMENTS OUTPATIENT TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR COVID-19: 

The FDA authorized two oral antivirals, Pfizer's Paxlovid and Merck's molnupiravir, for the treatment of COVID-19 in certain patients. 

Pre Exposure Prophylaxis 

  • The FDA authorized Evusheld for the pre-exposure prophylaxis of COVID-19 in certain adults and pediatric individuals (12 years of age and older weighing at least  88 lbs  or 40 kg) 

Monoclonal Antibody Treatments 

COVID-19 monoclonal antibody therapeutics (mAb) are available for people ages 12 years or older who: 

  • Have tested positive for COVID-19 and have had symptoms for 10 days or less 

  • Are at high risk of becoming seriously ill, including those who have been recently exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. 

LOCATIONS IN THE CITY OF LONG BEACH OFFERING PRE-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS: 

 

Optum-Willow Urgent Care 
2600 Redondo Ave 
Long Beach, CA 90806 
(562)-988-7000 

Memorial Care Long Beach Medical Center  
2801 Atlantic Ave 
Long Beach, CA 90806 

LOCATIONS IN THE CITY OF LONG BEACH OFFERING ORAL ANTIVIRALS 

AARCMC - Long Beach 
2600 Redondo Ave. Suite 400 
Long Beach, CA 
(562)-997-7888 

Atlantic Drugs 
4233 Atlantic Ave. 
Long Beach, CA 90807 
(562)-912-7940 

Aviva Pharmacy 
2633 Atlantic Ave. 90806 
Long Beach, CA 
(562)-888-1277 

Carbon Health 
555 E Ocean Blvd. Unit 110 
Long Beach, CA 90802 
(562)-285-5050 

Los Angeles County Long Beach CHC 
1333 Chestnut Ave. Room 100-2 
Long Beach, CA 90813 
(562)-753-2400 
Available for DHS eligible patients. 
DHS services can be determined by visiting: DHS Eligible Patients or calling: (844)-804-0055 

Malek Medicine 
3610 Atlantic Ave. 
Long Beach, CA 90807 
(562)-492-9288 

Memorial Care Long Beach Medical Center 
2801 Atlantic Ave 
Long Beach, CA 90806 
(562) 933-2000 

Panacea Healthcare 
2630 Pacific Ave. 90806 
Long Beach, CA 
(562)-426-3399 

Pavilions Pharmacy 
5949 E Spring Street 
Long Beach, CA 90808 
(562) 496-1851 

Rite Aid #05525 
4525 E Pacific Coast Hwy 
Long Beach, CA 90804 
(562) 597-6520 

Southern California Medical Center (SCMC) 
1627 E Anaheim St. 
Long Beach, CA 90813 
(562) 218-8181 

Spring Park Pharmacy 
6226 E Spring St. Suite 140 
Long Beach, CA 90815 
(562)-420-1303 

The Children's Clinic - SMTF 
455 E Columbia St, Ste 201 
Long Beach, CA 90806 
(562) 264-3558 

UrgentCare3D 
117 E 8th Street 
Long Beach, CA 90813 
(562)-284-2600 

Vons Pharmacy 
600 E Broadway 
Long Beach, CA 90802 
(562) 437-5162 

Vons Pharmacy 
4550 Atlantic Ave 
Long Beach, CA 90807 
(562) 984-1428 

Walgreens #5650 
2627 Pacific Ave 
Long Beach, CA 90806 
(562) 490-9575  

Walgreens #7244 
3570 Atlantic Ave 
Long Beach, CA 90807 
(562) 424-3963 

Young-Jae Kwon MD 
1040 Elm Ave. Suite 200 
Long Beach, CA 90813 
(562)-435-4777 

LOCATIONS IN THE CITY OF LONG BEACH OFFERING MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY INFUSIONS:  

College Medical Center  
2776 Pacific Ave. 
Long Beach, CA 90806 
(562)-997-2000 

Dignity Health – St. Mary Medical Center 
1050 Linden Ave. 
Long Beach, CA 90813 
(562)-491-9000 

Memorial Care Long Beach Medical Center  
2801 Atlantic Ave 
Long Beach, CA 90806 
(562)-933-2000  

TEST TO TREAT 

The Biden-Harris Administration launched a nationwide Test to Treat initiative, that has been expanded to give individuals an important way to rapidly access free lifesaving treatment for COVID-19. In this program, people are able to get tested and – if they are positive and treatments are appropriate for them – receive a prescription from a health care provider, and have their prescription filled all in one location. These “One-Stop Test to Treat” locations are available at hundreds of locations nationwide, including pharmacy-based clinics, federally-qualified community health centers (FQHCs), and long-term care facilities. People will also continue to be able to be tested and treated by their own health care providers who can appropriately prescribe these oral antivirals at locations where they are being distributed. 

FACT SHEET: COVID-19 TEST TO TREAT 

Test to Treat Locations in the City of Long Beach: 

CVS Pharmacy #8876 
233 East Willow Street 
Long Beach, CA 90806 
(562) 989-9868 

Healthcare in Action 
3800 Kilroy Airport Way Suite 100 
Long Beach, CA 

The Children's Clinic - SMTF 
455 E Columbia St, Ste 201 
Long Beach, CA 90806 
(562) 264-3558 

Worksite Labs - Long Beach 
4133 E Donald Douglas Drive 
Long Beach, CA 

To search by zip code for US locations (including Test to Treat) that offer oral medication, use the federal Test to Treat Locator.

LOS ANGELES COUNTY TELEHEALTH LINE

The City, in partnership with Heathvana, the City's test results delivery partner, will make it easier for people to receive COVID-19 medications after contracting the virus.

This will provide equitable and timely access to treatment, improving health outcomes for all, especially those with less access to a primary care provider and those who are at higher risk. PCR test results through the Healthvana platform will now include a clickable button that will link to information about treatment options and allow people to request antivirals for free (if applicable) through Los Angeles County’s telehealth phone line at 1-833-540-0473.

This new feature, built into Healthvana’s test results, will make it easier for the community to receive and benefit from the antivirals Paxlovid and Molnupiravir, which should be taken within five days of symptom onset. Both medications reduce the ability of the virus to multiply and spread through the body, reducing the risk of hospitalization.

Additionally, those who receive a positive test result from an at-home test or from a rapid antigen test administered at one of the City-run sites can also call 1-833-540-0473 for treatment assessment.

People can contact telehealth services seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Call center staff will answer questions and connect patients to services as needed. These antiviral treatments are free, do not require the person to have a primary care physician and are available regardless of immigration status. The treatment can be prescribed through the telehealth phone line and can be delivered to the patient’s door the very next day.

COVID-19 Treatment & Telehealth

LOCATIONS IN THE SURROUNDING AREA SPONSORED BY THE STATE OFFERING MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY INFUSIONS: 

 

Hawaiian Gardens MAB & Testing Center 
21530 Pioneer Blvd Hawaiian Gardens, CA  90716. 
Patient & Physician Line: (209)-494-6318 

ContinuEM Urgent Care 
6430 South Street Lakewood, CA 90713 
Patient self-referral and physician referral line: (562)-731-3990 

BEST RESOURCES FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION AND LOCATIONS: 

HEALTHCARE PROVIDER FACT SHEETS: 

If you have additional questions, please email covid19vaccine@longbeach.gov or call 562.570.INFO.