Your Care Team

We use a care team model, which brings professionals together to help you reach your health goals. Our team of registered nurses, pharmacists, dietitians, pharmacy technicians and insurance specialists work closely with your doctors to provide you with personalized infusion medicine therapy and develop a home care plan that works for you.

Your care team will begin working immediately when your provider contacts us:

  • Verify your insurance and advocate on your behalf
  • Prepare infusion medicine orders we receive in our pharmacy
  • Deliver infusion medicines and supplies directly to your home
  • Schedule a nurse to visit you at home to explain your infusion therapy, help you administer your first dose of medicine and answer any questions you may have

After your therapy begins, a nurse will visit you regularly to assess your progress, change your catheter dressing, draw samples for lab tests and talk through any questions you might have. Our pharmacists and nurses are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to answer your questions.

Nutrition Support Team

Our pharmacists, dietitians and nurses work closely with providers and you, the patient, to provide high quality care focused on positive nutritional outcomes. You will receive one-to-one personalized care by nationally credentialed providers who have wide experience providing nutrition support to patients.

Wherever you are in the five state area of MN, WI, IA, ND, and SD, we can help with these and other nutritional conditions:

  • Short bowel Syndrome
  • Malabsorption
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Gastroparesis
  • Bowel obstruction

Research to improve nutritional outcomes

From 2011 to 2014 we participated in Sustain™ LLC, the national patient registry for nutrition care, to help understand the best parenteral nutrition care and patient outcomes, for even the most complex cases. Sustain is a project of the American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN). The Sustain findings have been published and are available to the public.