“I knew if I went home it would be a 911”
A dedicated care team, a breakthrough therapy and the support of the community may have saved a life.
A scan confirmed what doctors suspected: Sophia Harding, a local financial services executive, had contracted COVID-19. She was referred to Asante Ashland Community Hospital, which had a dedicated unit for infusing monoclonal antibodies, the one treatment shown to help reduce the severity of the disease. The therapy was provided from donors to Asante Foundation.
What happened next, however, demonstrated Asante’s commitment to treating the whole patient — and the community that helped make it happen.
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