Our Infusion Services

Many patients require medicines that are administered via an IV. The need for infusion therapy can be based on the type of medicine prescribed, the patient's prior medical history or the patient's inability to take medicines orally. Infusion care can be prescribed for only a few days or may continue for many years.

Traditionally, infusion therapy has been performed in a hospital or doctor's office. However, with the support of WV Nursing Network Infusion Services, patients can get the care they need in the privacy of their own home. Our experienced infusion nurses work with your pharmacist, doctors and caregivers to give you the best quality infusion care available.

West Virginia Nursing Network Infusion Services can work with most types of infusion therapy requested by your doctor. Our infusion nurses work with patients throughout West Virginia to provide full-service IV care, including:

  • IV antibiotics, such as Vancomycin, Rocephin, Zosyn, Invanz, Daptomycin, as well as many others.
  • Intravenous Immunoglobulin (IVIG)
  • Remicade (for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease, plaque psoriasis, and ulcerative colitis)
  • Enzyme replacement therapy (Elaprase)
  • Alpha 1 Drugs, including Zemaira, Glassia, and Aralast
  • Orencia (adult and pediatric rheumatoid arthritis)
  • Corticosteroids, such as Solumedrol
  • Chemotherapy
  • Total Perenteral Nutrition (TPN)
  • Cinryze, Nulojix, Advate, 
  • Enteral Feeding and Entyvio

Other medications may be eligible for home infusion. Please contact us for more information about your specific situation.

West Virginia Nursing Network Infusion Services can also perform many of the routine medical needs associated with your therapy, including:

  • Lab testing related to infusions
  • Dressing changes and care for infusion-related lines (PICC/CVL)
  • Peripheral line Insertions
  • Accessing ports
  • Coordination of care with doctor and pharmacy

Pediatric Infusion Services

Working with children who need infusion therapy requires special skills, as well as a compassionate personality. Administering infusions at home can be calming for the child and parents. West Virginia Nursing Network Infusion Services has pediatric specialty nurses who are trained to work with infants and children.

We can infuse any medication that is approved by the FDA for home infusion.  We commonly work with:

  • IV antibiotics,
  • enteral feeding, and
  • NG tubes

In addition, our pediatric nurses can also work with caregivers to teach enteral feeding. We have pediatric infusion nurses available throughout West Virginia, including Huntington, Charleston, Hurricane, Teays Valley and the surrounding areas.

Contact us for more information.

Are Home Infusions Covered by Most Insurance Plans?

The coverage for home infusion therapy varies greatly with the insurance plan. West Virginia Nursing Network Infusion Services staff members work closely with your doctor and pharmacy to determine the insurance coverage available, as well as the cost to the patient. We work directly with your insurance company to get prior authorizations when needed.

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