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Infusion (IV) Therapy

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Infusion (IV) TherapyWhen you need medication or blood products administered intravenously or by injection, turn to the experienced clinicians at Concord Hospital Ambulatory Care Center. Not only are they well-educated on the numerous medications that are administered in the Center, they also work in close collaboration with Hospital pharmacists and ordering providers to provide you the best care possible. And, if you have questions about the medication you are receiving, they are qualified and happy to address your questions and provide additional information.

Services

Whether you need infusions, injections, central line maintenance and access or blood products, and port flushes, the Ambulatory Care Center can provide the services you need, without the need to travel far from home.

Infusions

  • Remicade
  • Orencia
  • Lemtrada
  • Tysabri
  • Rituximab
  • IVIG - Immunoglobulin
  • Iron
  • Actemra
  • Methylprednisolone
  • Simponi Aria
  • Reclast
  • Aralast
  • Prolastin
  • Antibiotic infusions
  • Hydration therapy

Injections

  • Xolair
  • Avonex
  • Neulasta
  • Lovenox
  • Procrit

Other

  • Implanted vascular access ports
  • Blood and blood product transfusions & injections
  • Peripherally inserted central catheters (PICC Lines)
  • Midlines

What is Infusion (IV) Therapy?

Infusion Therapy is the administration of intravenous medication, intravenous fluid and/or blood products that may be required following a hospital admission or as a prolonged treatment of a chronic condition.

Expert Team Focused on You

Serving your needs is the focus of the Ambulatory Care Center's team. During your visit, registered nurses not only provide your IV therapy but also offer education and support. Additionally, the Center's staff collaborates with resources and providers throughout the community to ensure you receive the care necessary to maintain your routine activities once you return home.

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