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Our dedicated infusion center suites provide a comprehensive space to have your treatments in a convenient and inviting environment administered by our highly trained and attentive clinical team.
Our dedicated infusion center suites provide a comprehensive space to have your treatments in a convenient and inviting environment administered by our highly trained and attentive clinical team.

Medix Infusion - The Way You Should Experience Infusion Care

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Patient Programs

Schedule a virtual visit with your care team or check out our video series to hear from other patients with the same condition.

Clinical Support

Receive hands-on support from our knowledgeable pharmacists, patient care coordinators and others who are experts in your condition.

Infusion flexibility

Choose to infuse at home or at an infusion suite near you.

Patient Benefits

Infusion Suites & Home Infusion Pharmacy

Our hybrid model gives us the ability to provide care to patients at our outpatient Ambulatory Infusion Suites or in the patient’s home through our Home Infusion Pharmacy.

Convenient, Quality Care in a Comfortable Setting

Our growing number of conveniently located infusion suites are staffed by our dedicated team of nurse practitioners, RNs, and clinical support members led by our medical directors. Suites feature relaxing recliners, tablets, and refreshments to make your treatment more comfortable. View Our Locations

State-of-the-Art Infusion Pharmacy

Our experienced pharmacists ensure accurate and safe preparation of your medication therapy in our state-of-the-art Home Infusion Pharmacy with one of the most advanced cleanrooms of its kind. Prompt and secure delivery of your medication can be made to your home or one of our nearby suites for a first dose-and-teach visit.

Most Insurance Providers* & Programs Accepted

During the intake process, our team verifies your benefits and handles any prior authorizations needed. Our hybrid model gives us the flexibility to check both medical and pharmacy benefits to see which provides optimal care and cost considerations for you. We will let you know your estimated out-of-pocket expense prior to scheduling your treatment to provide clarity on your financial responsibilities.

*We actively work to be in-network with all payors. Please contact us to see if your insurance is accepted.

Learn more about Infusion Therapy

What is Infusion Therapy?

Infusion therapy is a broad term that encompasses fluids and medication being infused through an intravenous IV into a vein or injected subcutaneously with a short needle just below the skin. Infusion therapy is used in a variety of ways throughout different fields of medicine with applications including anesthesia, pain management, and the treatment of various infections and diseases.

What Conditions Can Benefit from Infusion Therapy?

Infusion therapy can be used to treat a variety of conditions. At Medix Infusion, we provide medical infusion and injectable therapies prescribed by a physician for those with chronic or acute illnesses.

Conditions Treated

Chronic Conditions

Chronic conditions typically develop slowly over time. They may get worse and can last months to years, or for the rest of your life. Chronic conditions often cannot be cured. Instead, the focus is to control the condition and improve the individual’s quality of life.

Some of the chronic conditions that can benefit from infusion and injectable therapies provided by Medix Infusion are:

  • Chronic Asthma
  • Crohn’s Disease & Ulcerative Colitis
  • Lupus
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Plaque Psoriasis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Myasthenia Gravis (MG)
  • Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP)
Acute Illnesses
Acute illnesses generally develop suddenly and require urgent care. They can last a few days to a few weeks. In general, those with an acute illness will recover and only have minimal modifications to their lifestyle, if any. Meningitis, cellulitis, and staphylococcus (staph) are examples of common acute illnesses Medix Infusion treats with IV antibiotics.

Getting Started with Infusion Therapy

While each person’s journey can vary based on a variety of factors including treatment and insurance coverage, below is a general process for getting started as a patient new to infusion therapy. 
Patient Process Overview
  1. Consult with Your Care Provider – At your next appointment, ask your provider if there are any infusion or injectable therapies that may help manage or improve your condition.
  2. Your Provider Writes a Prescription – If there is an infusion therapy treatment that you and your provider agree should be used, your provider will write a prescription for the medication and submit the order to Medix Infusion.
  3. Medix Reviews the Submission – We confirm your information, verify your benefits, and obtain the required insurance authorization for the prescription written.
  4. Scheduling – Once everything is approved, we will work with you to schedule your appointment at one of our convenient locations or if necessary, at your home.
  5. Feel Better! – We will work with your provider to manage either your ongoing infusion needs or one-time administration as needed.

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