Infusion Treatment for Immune Deficiencies
With one of the most robust infusion treatment lineups in the nation, Metro Infusion Center treats virtually every primary immune deficiency disease (PIDD) and immunodeficiency disorder, helping you feel like yourself again.
There are more than 250 primary immunodeficiency diseases recognized by the world health organization. These range from autoimmune diseases to allergies, to genetic issues, to highly debilitating diseases and syndromes.
When you are stricken with one of these conditions, it is essential to get help from a provider who has experience and knowledge of your unique condition.
Our treatments include immunoglobulin therapy (IgG, IgM, IgA, IgD, and IgE) and Ig replacement therapy — both administered as infusions. These specialized medicines give individuals a boost of antibodies, which can help reduce pain and improve their quality of life.
We offer high-quality, compassionate care for infusion and injection therapy patients at all of our locations.
We offer state-of-the-art facilities and amenities like wi-fi and cozy blankets to keep patients warm during their treatments. You can rest assured that we take the best care of our patients during treatment.
Our caring team members are always going above and beyond to offer a kind word or answer questions about treatments. And we have knowledgeable staff you can call if you have any questions about insurance coverage for your treatments.
Count On Us
Receiving infusion or injection therapy treatments can feel overwhelming to patients. Our knowledgeable team members are highly trained in administering treatments and providing high-quality care. Beyond that, our team members take the time to get to know patients and make them feel more at home while they receive their treatments. It puts them at ease, and you can rest assured as their physician that they are receiving compassionate care of the highest quality.
Metro Infusion Center has 140 plus locations nationwide.
Request an appointment today. To streamline your request, make sure your physician has submitted the prescription for your treatment. Metro Infusion Center can’t guarantee requested appointments, but we will do our best to accommodate you. Find a Metro Infusion Center near you.