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Our nurses provide skilled, professional infusion therapy services that allow patients to receive care in a safe and comfortable setting—their homes.

Our Infusion Therapy Services

Typically, infusion therapy is prescribed by a physician when a patient’s condition can not be treated effectively by oral medications. When prescribed, it involves administering medication through a needle or catheter, often with an IV.

We recognize that receiving this type of therapy can be frightening for some patients, which is why our staff is committed to providing compassionate, skilled care.

As part of our services, Med Group Home Health Care Agency staff can:

  • Develop a plan of care specific to the patient’s needs and conditions
  • Evaluate how often an infusion nurse should visit the home
  • Educate the patient and family on how to administer the medication and minimize infection risks
  • Monitor the patient during therapy for signs of stress or discomfort
  • Work with the pharmacist to ensure the patient receives the correct medications at the proper doses
  • Communicate with the patient’s physician regarding any changes to care

Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN)

For those patients suffering from nutritional and/or gastrointestinal disorders that do not allow them to absorb nutrients via the digestive tract, ongoing infusion therapy can help treat and prevent resulting nutritional deficiencies.


For those patients suffering from infections that are unresponsive to traditional oral antibiotics, infusion therapy offers a comforting alternative to in-hospital treatment.


For those patients who want to receive chemotherapy in the comfort of their homes, this type of therapy offers body-wide treatment without continual trips to the hospital.


Contact Us

11053 N. Towne Square Rd
Mequon, WI 53092
Mon – Fri: 8:30am to 5p


If you or someone you know would like to receive in-home infusion therapy, contact us today for an in-home consultation. Med Group Home Health Care Agency can help develop an appropriate plan of care and advise you of your options.

Most private insurance companies cover home infusion, and Medicaid coverage varies by state.