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There are certain medications that need to be delivered directly into the blood stream – through an IV needle or a catheter. Often, patients need several or even ongoing treatments. This is called infusion therapy.
But that doesn’t always mean you must stay in a hospital or come to an outpatient facility. With Mercy Home Infusion, you can receive your medications where you are most at ease – at home.
When you receive infusion therapy at home, you often:
Our pharmacists and nurses work closely with your doctor to ensure the best course of care and a smooth transition from hospital to home. We provide all the necessary medications, supplies and training.
Conditions most commonly treated with home infusion include:
Mercy nurses visit you in your home to teach you and your family members all you’ll need to know. Nurses return regularly to monitor your condition and progress. And pharmacists and nurses are a just a phone call away – 24 hours a day.
Our goal is keep you healthy and active, with care that is complete and convenient – so you can continue living life to its fullest.
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including: