Infusion Therapy Service

When you’re facing treatment for certain health conditions, you may hear about options for infusion treatments at home. Infusions are a way to deliver drugs and medications directly into the bloodstream instead of taking them as pills or liquids.
Cae Mountain’s infusion therapy skilled nurses’ exceptional expertise and dedication can help you significantly improve quality of outcomes, reduce costs, including hospital stays, emergency room visits, and factor usage. Our nurses are highly experienced at delivering compassionate care and clinical excellence in close collaboration with the Prescribing Physician.

Our home infusion therapies include services provided for:

Our registered team of nurses provides exceptional care to every patient for infusion based therapy with scientific-based research to help ensure that a client returns to well being without going to the hospital. Our Infusion team work directly with the client’s physicians to administer prescribed therapy while monitoring the effectiveness of home treatment.

In addition to this, we provide respiratory treatments: such as breathing treatment for upper respiratory infections, nebulizer treatments, etc.
We also provide chronic disease management of health-related issues.

IV Antibiotics

We offer patient specific IV antibiotics treatment plans developed in collaboration with the treating prescriber to meet each patient’s individualized needs.

Chronic Inflammatory Conditions

We help treat patients with a range of chronic inflammatory disorders (such as Ankylosing spondylitis, Crohn’s disease, Rheumatoid arthritis, Ulcerative colitis, Uveitis) via high quality infusion therapy under the orders of their prescribing Physician in the convenience of their home.


Our home based infusion therapy team of skilled nurses will help manage IG patients (such as patients who need support with the progression of neurological disorders like ALS/Lou Gehrig’s disease and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy through focused, evidence based techniques to help improve outcomes under the supervision of your prescribing Physician.

Intrope Therapy

Unlike hospice care, which is available only during a patient’s final months of life, palliative care is available at any time during the course of a serious or life-threatening illness. Palliative care aims to ease the course of advanced illnesses and to improve the quality of life for patients and their families. Care Mountain’s team will coordinate care with the prescribing physician and hospital before the patient is discharged from the hospital to ensure an efficient transition of care into the home setting. Our clinical leaders give patients and caregivers one-on-one counseling prior to discharge and assist with each patient’s transition to an ambulatory pump during the discharge

Parenteral Nutrition & TPN

We at Care Mountain provide superior parenteral and enteral nutrition care for acute and chronic conditions for adult and geriatric patients. One of the key differentiators is we collaborate closely with your prescribing physician and Coordinated care from hospital to home providing ongoing monitoring on your loved one’s response to TPN infusion therapy. Palliative care, together with inotropic therapy, allows more end-of-life patients to manage their symptoms and spend their final days at home.

Chemotherapy & Oncology

Infusion treatments are commonly used to deliver chemotherapy, immunotherapy,and targeted therapy to treat cancer. Infusion therapies are liquids usually given from a plastic bag filled with medicine that’s attached to a thin, soft tube called a catheter that delivers the fluid into your body through a vein.

Infusions are helpful for patients with conditions that make it difficult to swallow pills or liquids. Some drugs, like chemotherapy, are too toxic to be delivered quickly and therefore need to be dripped into the blood slowly over an extended period. Some specific types of drugs can only be given as infusions or injections because, if swallowed, the stomach will break them down or they won’t get into the bloodstream through the gut.

For cancer patients, treatments like chemotherapy and immunotherapy are often given by infusion.Chemotherapy drugs are quite toxic to the body, so they need to be given slowly to lessen side effects. However, not all chemotherapies are infusions—some are taken orally. Other types of cancer therapies, including immunotherapies and targeted therapies, are made from monoclonal antibodies. Treatment with monoclonal antibodies almost always requires infusion therapy to administer. Monoclonal antibodies are biologic drugs that must be administered directly into the blood or injected under the skin. Antibodies are naturally occurring proteins in your body and can directly target specific proteins and direct the immune system to attack them.