We welcome our new highly trained staff to Infusion Solutions! Thank you Shyloh, Lauri, Sharon, Karen, Jeanne and Alana for joining our team!
That is a question that most patients probably never thought much about until recently. But due to the highly publicized issues with contaminated products being shipped out of the New England Compounding Center (NECC) in Massachussets, patients are more aware than ever of the potential problems with the medications they are putting into their bodies. … Read more
Would like to thank everyone at Infusion Solutions for their awesome professional care!
If the staff and service they supply were to get a grade, it would be an A+++++ (can’t put enough pluses).
Everyone and everything was top notch and very professional. I understood everything very clearly and it was a pleasure to be able to be at home yet get the medicine I needed by such a wonderful team.
Testimonial: “My neighbor got really sick and ended up needing your services for about 5 weeks. I helped out a little bit here and there, and so was present occasionally when your nurses would pay a visit. I must say, they did a fantastic job! If you did not get this feedback directly from the … Read more
Did you make a New Year’s Resolution this year? If so, you are among a shrinking minority of adults who did that very thing. Check out these statistics from the University of Scranton Journal of Clinical Psychology (12.13.12): Rank Top 10 New Years resolutions for 2012 1 Lose Weight 2 Getting Organized 3 Spend Less, Save More 4 … Read more
Check out the latest results of the Gallup Poll on Honesty/Ethics in Professions. This is the 2012 survey, which shows Nurses and Pharmacists on top. This is not unusual–these two professions have been near the top for many years. Nonetheless, given that we are business driven by pharmacy and nursing, it is nice to know that … Read more
There is an old story (adapted from Ryan, 1977) that illustrates how one can approach what we call “work”. It goes like this: Three men are found smashing boulders with iron hammers. When asked what they are doing, the first man says, “Breaking big rocks into little rocks.” The second man says, “Feeding my family.” The … Read more
Ah, election time…how I love the hordes of direct mailers, the nasty negative campaign ads, and the elusive non-answers given to moderator questions at the debates. But yet there is hope at election time. Hope that there can still be change for the better, that our elected officials will overcome their political biases and work … Read more