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Our Infusion Suite

We offer in-house infusions to our patients and also accept infusion patient referrals from other specialties including Neurology, Dermatology., Gastroenterology, etc. Our experienced infusion clinical staff looks forward to providing you with personalized care in an excellent environment. The Infusion nurse will provide the physician with constant updates and clinical changes to ensure that your needs are addressed promptly.

We offer the highest quality of clinical skills with appropriate protocols. We have a genuine passion for attending promptly to your needs and we take the time to encourage your compliance for greater results. Our goal is to provide you with the absolute best infusion experience.

Our office will complete the necessary pre-certifications with your insurance to prepare for the infusion visit. We will contact you to schedule a time that works best for your schedule. Our highly qualified clinical RN will perform clinical monitoring during the infusion to ensure safety and continuity of care. Call today: 603-506-6275.


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Required Referral Information for Providers

To expedite the referral process please fax the following information to:

Fax: 603-995-4137

  • Office Progress notes on at least 3 visits with patient’s symptoms, other therapies tried and failed and any information you feel could help us better care for your patient

  • Completed physician order sheet.

  • History and physical.

  • Medication record.

  • Date patient was diagnosed.

  • Demographic information.

  • Insurance information and copy of card.

  • Spouses date of birth if insurance is written under spouse.

  • Actemra

  • Benlysta

  • Cimzia

  • Entyvio

  • Evenity

  • Ilumya

  • Inflectra

  • Orencia

  • Prolia

  • Remicade

  • Renflexis

  • Rituxan

  • Simponi ARIA

  • Stelara

  • Tysabri

  • Krystexxa

Information on Prior Approvals for Patients

Prior authorization is also known as precertification, predetermination, and pre-approval.

Without prior approval, your health insurance plan may not pay for your treatment (even if it would otherwise be covered by the plan), leaving you responsible for the full bill.

  1. Your doctor prescribes an infusion that requires prior authorization.

  2. Your doctor submits a request for prior authorization to your insurance company.

  3. Your insurance company reviews the request and decides whether to approve or deny it.

  4. If approved, you can receive your infusion at the approved facility.

** Insurance companies may take up to a month to approve a prior authorization because they use prior authorization as a way to keep healthcare costs in check. They require approval for expensive services and medications to ensure that the medication is appropriate for your treatment and it’s the most cost-effective option2. When prior authorization is granted, it is typically for a specific length of time.

What Is Prior Authorization and How Does It Work? (

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