Hospitals and clinics are great when you need them, but home will always feel more comfortable and dignified. Many infusion services that were once only available in a clinical setting can now be administered at home. Isn’t that really where you’d rather be? Intermountain Homecare works with your physician to develop a medication plan and to coordinate the duration of your care. As a key part of the infusion service, patients also receive complete education about the plan of care, and we work to make your experience as painless, easy, and inexpensive as possible.

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