Frequently Asked Questions
What is intravenous (IV) infusion?
IV infusion is the delivery of medication, vitamins, and intralipids in liquid form directly into the circulatory system or veins.
What clients/patients require IV infusions?
Patients seeking IV infusions include:
- those who are receiving medications like chemotherapies or who are looking for an alternative to oral medications
- those who suffer from anemia, sickle cell disease, infertility, or other medical conditions
- those who are interested in immediate vitamin boosts (such as celebrities or athletes)
Do I need a doctor’s order for infusion and injection therapies?
In most cases, the answer is yes.
How are medications/vitamins obtained?
Medications and vitamins are obtained from specialty or local pharmacies via a doctor’s order.
Is dialysis allowed in a patient’s home?
Yes. Patients may discuss their preference of having in-home dialysis with their physicians and pharmacies.
can my Health Insurances carriers pay for these services?
Yes and no:
Some of our services may be covered by third party if the specialty pharmacy has a contract with us. If services are not covered, then patients/clients are responsible to pay privately for services.