Infusion (IV) Services

Infusion services offers intravenously (IV) administered medication. Nurses administer IV infusions, blood and iron transfusions, IV antibiotics and intramuscular injections. Staff can also discontinue chemotherapy infusion pumps and draw labs from vascular access devices.

Infusion services can be provided when you no longer require hospitalization, but your medical condition warrants continued infusion therapy. Infusion therapy can also be utilized for the long-term management of chronic conditions. These services can be provided at any of our locations or through our Home Delivered Services based on your individualized needs.

  • Medication for chronic illnesses such as Crohn’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and multiple sclerosis
  • Pain management
  • IV hydration therapy
  • Blood products such as platelets, red cells or plasma
  • IV antibiotics for an infection
  • IV immune globulin to boost the body’s natural defense system against infection
  • Specialty injectable medications

Doctors


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who is eligible for infusion services?

    • Anyone who requires infusion therapy with a referral from their health care provider. Once your provider has referred you to infusion services, associates at the clinic will contact you to coordinate your care.

  • Why was IV Infusion developed?

    • Infusion services was created as an alternative to being in the hospital or at a skilled-nursing facility to receive your infusion therapy.

  • How do I know which service is best for me?

    • Your clinical condition and type of therapy will determine if you qualify for home or outpatient clinic infusions.

  • What’s the difference between ambulatory and home IV infusion?

    • Both services are provided by specialty-trained and qualified clinicians.

    • Ambulatory Infusion: Medications are administered in a clinic setting by a nurse. This service requires patients to come in to the clinic for a scheduled appointment. As a patient you will receive your therapy in a dedicated infusion suite.

    • Home Infusion: Infusion therapy is provided in your home. Medications are prepared and delivered to your door step. Patients will be thoroughly educated and trained on how to administer these medications to themselves in their home through specialized equipment. This specialized equipment is compact and easy to use allowing patients to continue their normal daily routine. Nursing support is available 24 hours per day.

Locations

Contact Us

For more information, please contact one of the infusion clinics listed below.

  • Home Delivered Services: (920) 926-4653 or fax (920) 926-8986
  • Ripon Medical Center: (920) 745-3320
  • St. Agnes Hospital: (920) 926-4551 or fax (920) 926-4581
  • Waupun Memorial Hospital: (920) 324-8444 or fax (920) 324-6847