5915 Landerbrook Dr, Suite 110   |   Mayfield Heights, OH44124   |   Phone: 216-381-3333   |   Fax: 440-443-0700   |   ois@allergycleveland.com
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is infusion therapy?

Infusion therapy is a method of administering liquid medication through a catheter or needle. Although infusions are most commonly administered intravenously, or directly into a vein in the arm, some infusions are administered as injections into a muscle (intramuscular) or underneath the skin (subcutaneous). The purpose of infusion therapy is to provide a more concentrated, effective treatment for patients with complex, chronic conditions who did not have success with oral medications. ​A patient will be closely monitored by an on-site physician or nurse during their first infusion to determine the rate of infusion that they can tolerate.

What is a biologic?

Biologics are a class of pharmaceutical drugs that are produced from or contain components of living organisms. They can include natural elements such as proteins, blood, tissues, cells, hormones, genes, or antibodies. Biologic drugs are some of the most effective, cutting-edge medical treatments available today, especially in treating patients with severe and rare chronic autoimmune, allergy, and inflammatory disorders. All of our IV infusions, IVIg infusions, and injections are biologics.

What conditions doES INFUSION THERAPY treat?

We use infusion therapy to treat adult and pediatric patients with the following conditions:

Please note that this list is not comprehensive. If you do not see your diagnosis listed above, please fill out a referral form or call us as we may still be able to treat you.

Do you offer wellness infusions?

No, Ohio Infusion Services does not offer wellness infusion treatments.

Do I need a physician referral?

Yes. Regardless of treatment, we require a physician referral for every patient.

What insurance do you accept?

We accept most major commercial insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid. Please contact us​ prior to scheduling an appointment to confirm that we accept your insurance plan.

How can I move my care to Ohio Infusion Services?

It’s easy! Simply fill out our new patient form online to request an appointment and a member of our team will contact you within two business days to discuss the next steps. We will also need your physician’s medication prescription and your health insurance information in order to authorize your treatment. Then we can order your medication and schedule your infusion for a day and time during the week that is convenient for you.

Will I get a private room?

Yes! We guarantee that every individual patient will receive their infusion treatment in a private suite. Your room will have a flat screen TV, high-speed WiFi, comfortable recliner, seating for guests, and free snacks.