To provide our clients with an unsurpassed level of personalized professional care by being dedicated to quality of care and client satisfaction.
To become a leader in the health care industry by providing cost-effective, excellent health care services with high quality outcomes.
- Integrity – We are honest, ethical, and support each other as a team.
- Compassion – We serve each client in a caring manner.
- Accountability – We accept responsibility for our actions, attitudes, and work.
- Respect – We embrace diversity and uphold the dignity of every person.
- Excellence – We provide the best quality care possible, always learning and looking for ways to improve.
Top Standards in Infusion Therapy
Commitment to quality starts with all sterile products being compounded in our ACHC accredited, state of the art clean room facility that exceeds USP 797/USP 800 standards. Our experienced infusion pharmacists work closely with the prescribing physicians, nurse case managers, field nurses, dieticians, patients, and their caregivers assuring each patient receives a personalized plan of care in order to safely meet their individual needs for chronic and complex therapies.
Our experienced infusion nurses work collaboratively with HIG pharmacists, physicians, and dieticians to provide high-quality care for chronic and complex therapies. We take great pride in delivering this clinical excellence to each of our patients.
Our Clinical Pharmacists will ensure safe, accurate, and effective medication delivery and our Highly Skilled Registered Nurse will administer the medication to the patient and teach the patient or their caregiver how to self-administer.
Our infusion nurses are experienced in Peripheral and Central Line Management as well as Infusion Pumps both in adult and pediatric patients. They administer all intravenous drugs in accordance with state laws and regulations. Our nurses and pharmacists work collaboratively with providers by monitoring the patient’s condition and communicating any updates. Our team understands the unique and individual needs of each patient. A good relationship between the patient and nurse is extremely important in order to achieve trust, compliance and create a comfortable and successful environment for the patient’s home therapy.