LI Script has a full IV department on-site, offering compounding of sterile intravenous therapies from within.

Our pharmaceutical compounding takes place in a sterile clean room that complies with the guidelines set forth by USP 797.

The IV department has been the epicenter of the pharmacy COVID-19 response, providing monoclonal antibody therapies to facilities and residents in desperate need, and preparing doses of COVID-19 vaccines for administration each day.

Josephine Pezzillo

Director of Infusion Services

Advanced Infusion Therapies

Eliminating the need to outsource IV therapies keeps residents in the facility and allows nursing homes to admit more acute residents, while allowing facilities to maximize PDPM reimbursement

Our infusion pharmacists team enables your clinical team to manage and treat infusion residents in place, with confidence

  • Hypodermoclysis hydrations
  • Total Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Therapy
  • Specialty Medications
  • Monoclonal Antibody Infusions
  • Inotrope Therapy: Milrinone
  • Fortified Eye Drops (vancomycin, tobramycin, etc.)
  • Compounding Pharmacy
  • Pain Management
  • Wound Care

LI Script Pharmacist will provide guidance on handling and USP 800 compliance for all hazardous medications in your facility

LI Script’s expert infusion pharmacists provide support for Facility Policy and Procedures development and implementation. Our pharmacists provide support on everything relative to infusion therapies and will also provide guidance on compliance for all regulations relative to infusion drugs.

LI Script partners with IV Nursing Services to assist the facility’s clinical teams treat residents who may be difficult to obtain Intravenous access for. Residents in need of mid and central lines can be kept in house for access and insertions. Education and In-servicing are all provided in collaboration with the IV insertion service teams.

  • More than 70,000 Covid vaccines provided since 2020.
  • Monoclonal Antibody treatments, guidance, and support through the pandemic and on-going.
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