Infusion Therapy

Available Medication Treatment

Infusion therapy has become a convenient and effective way for patients to receive critical medical treatment without having to be admitted to a hospital stay. We offer our patients numerous, convenient outpatient infusion treatment centers where attentive treatment and visitor comfort are our paramount concerns. To learn more about these centers and what kind of IV treatments we can provide, contact our team today.

Understanding Infusion Therapy

Infusion therapy is any kind of medication regimen that is administered intravenously to the patient (or, sometimes, via intramuscular injections or epidural routes). Patients can complete this treatment in relative comfort, enjoying music, video games, reading, TV, movies, or even a quiet space if they wish.

Common forms of infusion therapy include:

  • Chemotherapy
  • Growth factor drugs
  • Therapeutic phlebotomy
  • IV hydration
  • IV monoclonal antibodies (non-oncology)
  • IV steroids
  • Post-transplant vaccines
  • B12 injections
  • Rabies shots

Our infusion therapy centers are staffed with friendly, highly trained physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dietitians, social workers, and volunteers. These teams of dedicated professionals are committed to making sure our patients receive the medication they need and are as comfortable as possible during their infusion therapy.

Talk to Your Doctor About Infusion Therapy

Are you eligible for infusion therapy? Your doctors can determine whether or not your treatment should involve infusion therapy. Everything from serious conditions to chronic pain and headaches can potentially benefit from this course of treatment. If your doctor recommends it, our team will help you create a treatment schedule that works for you and ensures that you receive the care you need to improve your health.

Let's Be Healthy Together. Contact our team at (888) 724-7123 today to learn more about infusion therapy centers in your area.

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