Home Infusion Therapy involves the administration of medications using intravenous, subcutaneous and epidural routes. This care is administered to patients in the convenient and comfortable surroundings of their own home and allows them to take a more active role in their own health care. Home Infusion Therapy is not only more cost-effective than inpatient treatment, it eases the stress and anxiety of treatment resulting in better patient outcomes. NBN Infusions is a home infusions company dedicated to providing quality, family-centered care through specially designed common ownership with Newborn Nurses, which is recognized as a premier nursing agency in the Delaware Valley. Our expertise and commitment to high quality healthcare stand alone.
NBN Infusions has an on-going formulary of different IV drugs and therapies. If a patient is on a non-formulary medication, our pharmacist can order and have the drug within 24 hours. Therapies include but are not limited to:
- Antibiotic Therapy
- Total Parenteral Nutrition
- IVIG / SCIG
- Inotropic Therapy
- Enteral Nutrition
- Rheumatology Therapy
- Pain Management
- Additional Therapies Available
You can enjoy the comfort and privacy of your own home while receiving your infusion.
The IV Infusion Program
NBN Infusions provides a comprehensive nursing and pharmacy program that services patients of all ages from pediatrics to geriatrics. NBN’s on-site, licensed pharmacy provides all required medications and equipment that patients will need for the duration of their home infusion therapy.
Extensive collaboration between the pharmacist and the IV Case Manager ensures superior patient care. We offer a complete clinical management program which is specifically designed for each patient’s needs.
Home nursing services are provided by Newborn Nurses to ensure proper patient education and training and to monitor the care of the patient in the home. Our team of Registered Nurses has advanced knowledge and training in multiple IV therapies that include, but are not limited to:
- PIV placement and maintenance
- PICC line maintenance
- Port-a-cath accessing and maintenance
- SubQ continuous infusion
- Central line maintenance