How to Refer High-Risk COVID-19 Patients for Monoclonal Antibody Drugs
UVA Health is offering monoclonal antibody drugs for appropriate patients with COVID-19 who are at highest risk for developing severe symptoms and requiring hospitalization.
Watch: Anthony Fauci, MD, Discusses COVID-19 at Recent UVA Medical Center Hour Lecture
The talk was the UVA School of Medicine’s 2020 Hayden-Farr Lecture in infectious diseases, jointly sponsored by the UVA Department of Medicine.
UVA Joins Cancer Centers Nationwide to Address the Impact of COVID-19 on Cancer Prevention and Treatment
Seventeen cancer centers are working together with the NCI on evaluating the impact of the pandemic on the continuum of cancer care, from prevention to survivorship.
COVID-19’s Dangerous Cardiovascular Complications
In addition to the pulmonary complications of COVID-19, the virus also may cause cardiovascular complications, including heart failure, heart attack and stroke.
Stay Connected: Your Link to Local COVID-19 Information
Tools you can use to stay connected to UVA Health during the pandemic and beyond.
Stay Informed: Live Educational Sessions on COVID-19 Resources and Response
Join peer mentors from across the state as they share best practices and community resources, and provide support for care providers throughout the Commonwealth.