TOP TOPICS Monthly Spotlights Just for HPSJ Providers, January 29 2021

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Download the Top Topics PDF. ATTACHED: Sample from San Joaquin General Hospital – 10 pages

Monoclonal antibody infusion

This a reminder that the FDA has approved for EUA (emergency use authorization) several monoclonal antibody treatments.

Please consider for your mild-to-moderate COVID19 patients that are not hospitalized – so they can get the antibodies early in their COVID course, have a milder form of the disease and avoid hospitalizations plus poor outcomes.

Attached is a sample from San Joaquin General Hospital – eligibility information, a referral form and patient/parents/caregivers fact sheets from Eli Lilly and Regeneron. An SJGH contact is at 209-468-6820.

Virtual Briefing COVID-19 Vaccinations

February 17 (6-7PM)
Hosted by HPSJ for ALL Providers

Maggie Park, MD
, San Joaquin
County Public Health Officer

Julie Vaishampayan, MD, MPH, FIDSA,
Stanislaus County Public
Health Officer

Lakshmi Dhanvanthari, MD
HPSJ Chief Medical Officer

Best County Sites

Testing – COVID Vaccines – Vaccinators – & More
As of January 29, 2021

San Joaquin County
Stanislaus County



Licensees Authorized to Administer Vaccines in California (as of January 25, 2021)

HPSJ Alert (1/7/21): DHCS Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccinations & Vaccination Administration. A carveout Medi-Cal benefit

Community & Consumer Alerts
>For Health Plan of San Joaquin Members

Scam Alert


Members, Do Not Be Fooled!
No-Cost COVID-19 tests available

There is no cost to HPSJ members for medically-needed COVID-19 screening and testing

Questions or Concerns? Members (and Providers), please call your local public health department or HPSJ at (888) 936-7526 or visit

Posted on February 1st, 2021 and last modified on February 19th, 2021.