How we can help.
Infusion therapy involves the administration of medication through a needle or catheter. Whether you are receiving primary care from a Tri-County provider or elsewhere, Tri-County can help. Your time is precious. Driving 50, 100 or even 150 miles or more to receive the care you need is simply not a good use of your time and can take away from the healing process. Knowing this, we will work in close coordination with your primary care provider to give you the treatment you need.
Our experienced team of registered nurses administers all treatments at Tri-County and is committed to making your time with us as pleasant and as anxiety-free as possible. Physician support is also available on site 24/7.
Specialized care is much closer than you think. Tri-County can provide:
- IV Therapies
- Medication Delivery
- Blood Transfusions
- Portacath/PICC Flushes
- Migraine Therapy
- Pain Control
If infusion therapy from Tri-County is a good option for you, here are a few things you will need to know:
- Ask your primary care physician to see if receiving therapy with Tri-County is an option for you.
- Have your physician provide patient orders, diagnosis, medical history and medication list.
- Gather physician consents, referrals and pre-certifications required, if necessary.
- Receive authorization from your insurance company prior to services being performed.