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Health Services

Ambulatory Infusion Center

The Ambulatory Infusion Center (AIC) is a six room, 24 chair nurse-driven clinic which delivers outpatient infusion services to Tricare-eligible adult populations (ages 18 and older) referred from primary care providers at NMCP clinics.

We strive to provide quality, compassionate, and safe patient care and promote excellence in staff and patient education to patients requiring intravenous infusion therapy deliverable on an outpatient basis. Infusions may include blood products, chemotherapy, biotherapy, antibiotics, iron, IVIG, hydration, lidocaine, and a variety of infusible medications which do not require inpatient admission and can be administered within clinic hours.

The AIC provides central line management, medication education, and other subspecialty services to other NMCP areas on a consultant basis.

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Phone

(757) 953-3631

Location

Charette Health Care Center
Building 2, Floor 3, 3K

Hours

Monday through Friday
0730-1630

Availability of Services

We provide infusions such as chemotherapy, blood products, and other infusions that don't require inpatient admission as well as central line care and patient education.

Appointments

The first appointment should be booked by the referring clinic; subsequent appointments will be made by the patient during their appointment based on the doctors orders. If you will be late, must cancel, are sick, or have any questions regarding your treatment, please call the AIC as well as your primary clinic to notify your doctor or nurse case manager of the treatment change. Walk-ins are discouraged.
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