How It Works

Our IV Treatment Process

Our nurses will walk you through step by step during your infusion treatment to make you feel safe and fully aware of the vitamins and fluids that will be entering your body. Typically, the first appointment takes about an hour from start to finish. When a client is a repeat or regular, the entire process can go much quicker.

1. Following your online or text booking, you will receive a confirmation message for the appointment. Subsequently, an intake form from IntakeQ will be sent to you via email. In case you don’t find this email right away, kindly check your spam folder. The form will include a series of questions pertaining to your health and medical history.

For a first appointment or if there’s been a change in your medical history, you will also be scheduled for a brief Good Faith Exam through a telehealth appointment. This can be arranged at your convenience, either before your IV infusion appointment if booked in advance or during the infusion appointment. The process, facilitated by a nurse practitioner or physician assistant, is quick and straightforward. This is a mandatory procedure at the initial appointment, following any major medical changes, and annually. A $27.99 charge applies, and it is necessary to be paid even if you are not cleared for treatment.

Should you have any questions regarding this process, feel free to reach out directly.

 

2. FOR MOBILE APPOINTMENTS: Just before your appointment, expect a text notification with an estimated time of arrival (ETA). In case of any unexpected delays, timely updates will be provided. When the nurse arrives, they will introduce themselves, and there might be a brief discussion about the ordered package or any questions the client may have.

3. After reviewing the intake filled out and verifying that there are not any contraindications, vitals are obtained.

4. The IV infusion is prepared. IV access is obtained. Any products that can be pushed are pushed. Initially, the drip starts slow. After everything is pushed, it is opened up. The average person takes 20-30 minutes for the infusion.  If it is a more difficult stick and a smaller needle is used, the infusion may take longer. 

5. The nurse remains with you the entire time until the end when another set of vitals is obtained.

6. When the infusion is complete, the IV is removed and wrapped appropriately. Payment is handled and we are on our way!