Company Overview

Company Overview

IV Care Options has been serving patients for over 30 years. We are an infusion service company with locations in Eastman, Macon, Milledgeville, Warner Robins, Columbus, Ocilla, and Statesboro. With over 125 full and part-time employees IV Care Options covers 62+ counties in Georgia. IV Care Options clinical staff is made of pharmacists, nurses, and pharmacy technicians who are specifically trained in compounding and administering specialized medications.


Remarkable Caregivers, but that is not all.

Our nurses and pharmacists use their hearts and hands to touch the lives of hundreds of people at pivotal times.  Whether they are providing care at the bedside, conducting research, or teaching other health care providers, our team uses their knowledge and skills to care for others every day.

They are learners who question the status quo and adapt to the latest research and science in our infusion specialty.  They are listeners who advocate for the diverse needs of patients and families. 

They are teachers and role models for the infusion industry providing direction and instruction on the specialized therapies we provide to the community.


  • A comprehensive assessment that considers patient history, current physical and mental status, lab reports, cognitive and psychosocial status, family/care partner support, prescribed treatment, concurrent oral prescriptions, and over-the-counter medications.
  • Maintenance of appropriate procedures for the compounding and distribution of sterile infusion products as outlined in the national standards and state and federal regulations.
  • Drug interaction monitoring and identification of potential drug, dose or drug catheter incompatibilities.
  • Comprehensive admission procedures that include patient education of medical and disposable equipment use, medication storage and handling, emergency procedures, vascular access device management, recognition and reporting of adverse drug reactions.
  • Comprehensive care planning that considers actual or potential drug or equipment-related problems, therapy monitoring with specific patient goals, and coordination of activities with other providers such as home health agencies and physicians.
  • Ongoing patient monitoring and reassessment activities to continually assess for response to treatment, drug complications, adverse reactions, and patient compliance.
  • Laboratory report reviews, as applicable, and subsequent consults with care professionals to adjust medication orders if necessary.
  • Maintenance of appropriate physical facilities for storage, preparation, dispensing, and quality control of all infusion medications and equipment.
  • Ongoing employee education and competency validation activities.
  • Performance improvement programs that include a collection of clinical outcomes data, patient perception data, trending and analysis of these and other performance measurement data, and root cause evaluations of all sentinel events.

Let our staff provide you care with options.