We know administering care at home is an adjustment, especially when it comes to infusion. Our dedicated team of clinical pharmacists and nurses is here to assist you every step of the way. We offer education, resources, care coordination, and medication home delivery, ensuring you're confident in administering your treatment and monitoring its effectiveness and potential side effects.
Our knowledgeable pharmacists are available to address any questions you may have about your therapy, medications, equipment, and supplies. We will be there with you every step of the way. Our team will also help you determine benefit coverage and access financial assistance programs when needed.
How It Works
When you receive a prescription from Baptist Health Infusion Care Pharmacy, our pharmacists and nurses spend time with you explaining what your medication does and how to use the equipment and supplies properly, so you feel safe and confident with infusion therapy at home.
They will tell you:
- When and how your medication will be administered
- How to handle your medication(s) safely
- How to identify and prevent dangerous side effects
- What other side effects may be common and how to deal with them
- How to store and dispose of your medications safely
This clinical care and counseling continues throughout your treatment.
Why Choose Us
At Baptist Health Infusion Care Pharmacy, we strive to bring the same quality of service and knowledge you would find in any of our Baptist Health facilities — in the convenience of your home.
Our clinical team of pharmacists and nursing partners coordinate with providers to evaluate patients on a case-by-case basis to provide safe and effective therapy. Plus, our coordinators and clinicians collaborate with each patient’s insurance provider to obtain the necessary authorization for coverage of prescribed medications and, when appropriate, recommend alternatives ensuring all patients receive care within their financial ability to pay.
- Autoimmune and genetic disorders
- Behavioral health
- Chemotherapy (non-oncology)
- Hydration therapy and supportive care
- Infectious diseases
- Pain management
- Parenteral and enteral nutrition
- Rare diseases
Providing Quality Care
Baptist Health Infusion Care Pharmacy shows a dedication to patient education and safety through the recognition of quality it received with ACHC accreditation.