More support for infusion patients

Get answers to commonly asked questions and discover resources and advocacy groups for Ig therapy patients like you.

Your questions, answered.

Explore our FAQs for AIC patients. Have a different question? Reach out to us—we’re here to help.

A specialty pharmacy fills prescriptions for certain specialty medicines. Unlike retail pharmacies, specialty pharmacies also provide a wide range of services to support you based on your unique medical needs. For example, Advanced Infusion Care can provide education about specific conditions and how to manage your symptoms and avoid complications through medication. We also work with your doctor and your health insurance company to make sure that you have access to the right drug and that it is covered by your health plan if at all possible.

AIC is a national leader in infusion care. Working closely with doctors, we provide specialized in-home Ig infusion care to patients across the country.

Our nurses have more than 1,000 years of combined experience, and are certified in intravenous and subcutaneous medication administration. They provide both in-home infusion care as well as self-infusion and infusion pump training to all patients and caregivers.

In addition, every AIC patient has 24/7 access to a dedicated team of clinical and support staff. This team gives you consistency in your care. Having a team also helps to reduce response time and get you the care you need.

Our locations are open Monday through Friday:
Birmingham, AL 8:30 AM–5:00 PM Central Time
Clinton, MS 8:30 AM–5:00 PM Central Time
Dallas, TX 8:30 AM–5:00 PM Central Time
Panama City, FL 8:30 AM–5:00 PM Central Time
Valdosta, GA 8:00 AM–5:00 PM Eastern Time

Need after-hours assistance? Our pharmacists and nurses are available 24/7. Call us at 800.482.8466.

No. An AIC nurse will bring your medication to your home care visit. In some instances, your medication may be shipped directly to your home.

Although you don’t need to visit one of our locations to pick up your prescription, we’re always available to answer any questions you may have. Contact us anytime.

It is important to safely get rid of expired medications or other medication you are no longer taking. For up-to-date information on how to dispose of medication, please visit one of the following websites:

Call 800.482.8466 to be connected with an AIC facility—we are available 24/7. Multilingual and translation services are also available.

Please call our pharmacists or nurses with any questions regarding the following:

  • How to access medications in case of an emergency or disaster
  • How to check on a prescription status
  • Information on prescription substitutions
  • How to transfer a prescription to another pharmacy
  • How to obtain medications not available at the pharmacy
  • How to handle medication recalls
  • How to handle adverse reactions or side effects

Resources and advocacy groups

Through this global nonprofit, individuals and their families affected by Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) and related conditions can find advocacy and support resources.

Here, patients and their families can find information and resources for living with peripheral neuropathy.

The Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF) connects primary immunodeficiency patients and their families to resources, events and advocacy opportunities.

The Jeffrey Modell Foundation site lets visitors explore the “Global PI Village,” where they can find information and resources about primary immunodeficiency, explore advocacy opportunities, apply for research and travel grants and connect with other patients and their families.

A professional organization for healthcare professionals, the AAAAI offers resources for patients living with allergies, asthma and immune deficiency disorders.