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Infusion Services

Since inception in 2001, National Infusion Services has remained committed to patients we serve. By combining efforts with home health care agencies, we are able to provide personalized care targeted at meeting the individual needs of patients in the home setting. In addition to addressing the ever changing needs of home bound patients, National Infusion is committed to preserving patient independence by managing needs through our AIC (Ambulatory Infusion Center),

What is IV antibiotics?
The administration of an antibiotic through a vein. Over time, technology advancements have made it possible for patients to complete the duration of IV antibiotics in the comfort of ones own home versus in facility. Also, patients are able to return to their previous level of functioning.

Other Services:
  Enteral Nutrition (tube feeding):
  A way to feed individuals the necessary nutrients one need to sustain life through a tube placed in the stomach.
  TPN (total parenteral nutrition):
  An intravenous way to feed one the necessary nutrients that can not be obtained by eating or drinking.
     IVIG (Intravenous Immunoglobulin):
  A blood product used or prescribed to patients with a variety diseases including but not limited to primary immunodeficiency, autoimmun   diseases, multiple sclerosis (MS).
  Remicade Infusions:
  An infusion used to reduce inflammation in those living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), Crohn's Disease or Ulcerative Colitis.