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COVID-19 Information for USF Health Patients

USF Health is currently offering Regeneron monoclonal antibody treatment

Monoclonal antibody treatment can prevent severe illness, hospitalization and death in high-risk patients who have been diagnosed with  or been exposed to COVID-19. The antibodies help the immune system recognize and respond effectively to the virus and should be administered as soon as possible after diagnosis or exposure. 

The monoclonal antibody treatment is covered by insurance and available free of charge to patients without insurance. If you are 12 years and older and are at high risk for severe illness due to COVID-19, you are eligible for this treatment.

• In clinical trials, monoclonal antibody treatment showed a 70% reduction in hospitalization and death.

• For high-risk patients who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, monoclonal antibody treatment can give you temporary immunity to decrease your odds of catching the infection by over 80%.

To see if you are eligible for monoclonal antibody treatment, please email  

Moderna COVID Vaccine Clinical Trials at USF Health

The USF Health Morsani College of Medicine has been selected as a site for a clinical trial testing the Moderna mRNA-1273 COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 6 months to less than 11 years. To view full article and learn about eligibility and how to participate click here.

USF Health is currently offering the COVID-19 and Flu vaccines to patients, employees and individuals in the community

COVID Vaccine Information 

USF Health Patients (Ages 12 and older) and Employees
To receive a COVID vaccine, you may either:
Schedule an appointment by logging into MyChart. If you do not have a MyChart account, please email to schedule your appointment. If you have login or other MyChart portal issues, please email for assistance.


Visit the USF Health Immunization Clinic for a walk-in appointment. Please see below for clinic information.

If You Are Not a USF Health Patient
Please email to register for a vaccine. You may also visit the Morsani Center COVID Vaccine Clinic for a walk-in appointment. Please see below for clinic information.

Flu Vaccine Information  

You may now receive the Flu vaccine with your COVID vaccine at our USF Health Immunization Clinic. Please see below for clinic information.

USF Health Immunization Clinic at Morsani 
USF Health Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare
13330 USF Laurel Drive
6th Floor
Tampa, FL 33612 

Walk-ins available Monday through Saturday from 8AM until 4PM.
Appointments are also available through MyChart or by calling 813-974-2201.
Both COVID and Flu vaccines are available at this location.

USF Health Immunization Clinic at South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare (STC)
USF South Tampa Center for Advanced Health Care
2 Tampa General Circle
1st Floor
Tampa, FL 33606

Walk-ins available Monday- Friday from 8:30 AM-12PM and 1PM- 4PM
Appointments are also available through MyChart or by calling 813-974-2201.
Only the Flu vaccine is available at this clinic.

Important Note   

  • Appointments and walk-ins are available as supply allows.
  • For those age 12 to 17: The Pfizer vaccine is authorized for people age 12 or older.
  • The Moderna and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccines are authorized for people age 18 or older.
  • All individuals under age 18 receiving a vaccine must be accompanied by a guardian and complete the COVID-19 vaccine screening and consent form.
  • To download a copy of the form, click here.
  • For more information, visit Florida Dept. of Health Covid-19 Response.

We encourage patients to review these additional vaccination resources:

COVID-19 Testing

USF Health currently offers the following COVID-19 tests. Your provider will determine which test is best for you based on your clinical symptoms and test kit availability.

While most insurance covers the cost of testing for COVID-19, those who don’t have insurance or who choose to self-pay can expect the following costs.

Antigen test: Infectious agent antigen detection by immunoassay technique, (e.g., enzyme immunoassay [EIA], enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay [ELISA], immunochemiluminometric assay [IMCA]) qualitative or semiquantitative, multiple-step method; 87426 severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (e.g., SARS-CoV, SARS-CoV-2 [COVID-19]: $150 self-pay cost

Molecular test: Infectious agent detection by nucleic acid (DNA or RNA); 87635 severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) (Coronavirus disease [COVID-19]), amplified probe technique: $154 self-pay cost 

If you are a patient receiving care at USF Health, please read the following patient resources pertaining to your medical needs. Also, please read our FAQS about the coronavirus and how you can protect yourself. 

Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) COVID Testing Guidelines for Day of Surgery 

All Ambulatory Surgery Center patients are screened through the pre-admission process and then again through COVID-19 testing prior to the surgical/procedure date. At any time, if your symptoms change or you have any questions, a member of the USF team is available to address and assist.

All patients are still required to obtain COVID testing prior to their day of surgery. There are no exceptions to this policy.  All patients will continue to be scheduled for COVID testing.

If a patient has a concern about driving to the Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare for their test due to travel distance or scheduling issues, they are permitted to obtain a test at a local facility if it meets the following criteria: 

• PCR test only 
• Test must be done 72 hours prior to DOS 
• Results must be submitted to the ASC team 24 hours prior to DOS. If there are no results by the 24 hour mark, the ASC team will be contacting the patient in order to reschedule their procedure.  



USF Health COVID-19 Patient Information Resources  

General Information for Patients 
Diabetes Resources
Endocrinology Resources
Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Trusted Resources  

COVID-19 is an evolving global public health issue. Access the latest information from the following organizations: