For Patients and Their Families

When you or a family member experience a serious illness requiring specialized care, the situation can quickly become overwhelming. Choosing the best course of treatment can be challenging. Below are some resources to help you and your family understand home infusion services and what you can expect.

If you have additional questions or concerns, please contact us directly.


For Doctors and Medical Practices

Doctors and other medical practice often choose home infusion therapy for patients for a variety of reasons. West Virginia Nursing Network can become a trusted partner for your medical practice. We work with you, the pharmacy, and the patient to ensure the best quality care is delivered. We can also coordinate with the patient's insurance and ensure all requirements are met.


For Pharmacies

Pharmacies work to ensure their patients receive the medicines they need in a safe, efficient way. Home infusions offer a unique set of challenges. Our home infusion nurses will work with the pharmacist and the doctor's office to ensure medicines are delivered when and how they are needed. We also work with insurance companies to ensure all pre-authorization are obtained.


Infusion nurses bring all the needed supplies and medicines to your home for your infusion therapy.
West Virginia Nursing Network Infusion Services is committed to serving our patient's needs. We work hard to always put our patients first in all we do. Our goal is to deliver the best quality clinical care that is personalized to the patient's preferences and medical needs.

West Virginia Nursing Network Infusion Services provides nursing support for patients receiving in-home infusion therapy. We work with:

  • Any drug approved by the FDA for home infusion,
  • Pediatric Services
  • Nutrition Support and Training.

Contact us for more information on your specific situation.


  • WV Nursing Network
    Infusion Services

    300 E Prestige Park
    Hurricane, WV 25526

    T 304.542.1968
    F 304.205.0518