Infusion Center Spotlight
NICA’s Infusion Center Spotlight aims to recognize the exemplary infusion providers who have supported NICA’s mission through provider membership. Provider members operate stand-alone infusion centers that improve patients’ access to high-quality and cost-effective care in the communities they serve.
Birmingham ID & Infusion
Birmingham I.D. & Infusion (BID) is an innovative infectious disease practice and infusion center located in Birmingham, Alabama. Led by a top-rated team of internists and infectious disease specialists, BID strives to work with each patient individually to provide the best care possible while also keeping costs to a minimum.
Specialty Infusion is upgrading the standard of infusion and injection therapies for patients who have chronic and complex health conditions, and their top priority is to always provide a personalized and high-quality of care. The qualified and compassionate clinical team is what sets Specialty Infusion apart. With their low nurse-to-patient ratio, patients always receive personalized care from experienced staff. Specialty Infusion’s nurses and nurse practitioners are experts in infusion and injection administration who value patient’s comfort as much as the patient’s safety and well-being.
The Neurology Center of New England
The Neurology Center of New England was established in 2013, as a physician-owned and managed private practice located in Foxboro, MA. They are a comprehensive neurological care center devoted to the diagnosis, care and management of patients with neurological diseases, including Epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Dementia, Neuromuscular Disorders, and Migraines. They are a specialized MS Center and offer Physical Therapy services as well as Infusion services on-site.
First Choice Neurology
First Choice Neurology is the largest neurology group in the United States with more than 41 facilities in 6 Florida counties and services at 35 major hospitals. First Choice Neurology services patients with a variety of neurological conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, epilepsy, migraines, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular disorders, Parkinson’s disease, sleep disorders, strokes, traumatic brain injuries, and more.