Apple Infusion is a licensed pharmacy providing home intravenous (IV) therapy and enteral therapy. Our goal is to provide services and care that meet the client’s physical, and emotional needs. We strive to accomplish our mission through honesty, communication, and involvement in cost effective home care. Our service area includes most of the Delmarva Peninsula.
Apple Infusion’s pharmacy is equipped with laminar flow hoods and a “clean room” (certified Class 100) for compounding IV solutions and chemotherapeutic agents. A Class 100 room is the same as an operating room in the hospital. Pharmacists wear gowns, gloves, and mask while compounding your prescriptions just as a surgeon wears in the operating room. The hoods are inspected by an independent agency every six months to meet certification and licensure standards.
Prescriptions for clients are compounded according to the physician’s order and delivered to the individual’s home together with all ancillary supplies necessary for the prescribed course of therapy. Continuation of therapy and replenishment of supplies is tracked via computer to expedite timely delivery and alleviate client concern.
Apple Infusion works closely with the physician, social worker, discharge planner, nursing agency, and third party insurers to provide a team that ensures continuity of care in the comfort and familiar surrounding of the client’s home.
IV Mixing Room
The IV mixing room was designed to be fully self-contained. It has its own air filtration system and heat/air conditioning systems. This room has been certified as a CLASS 100 room meaning that for every cubic foot of air there are no more than 100 particles 0.5 microns or larger in that air (surgical or operating suites are CLASS 100). IV mixing is performed under a laminar flow hood. Air in the hooded area is continuously filtered after having been filtered once by the room itself. This double protection assures the highest quality of IV medications possible.
Sarah Mae Brown, Pharm. D.
Sarah Mae earned an undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Salisbury University and a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) from Shenandoah University. Sarah began employment at Apple ten years ago as a Customer Service Representative, advanced to a Pharmacy Technician and is now the Director of Pharmacy for Apple Infusion. Sarah Mae provides clinical services and can help patients who are prescribed Home IV Therapy. She also coordinates with the retail side of the store and the durable medical equipment needs of customers.
“I had ALWAYS wanted to be a pharmacist and couldn’t think of being anywhere different. Apple is my second family. I couldn’t ask for a better employer and employees to work with.”
Apple Infusion Customer Satisfaction Survey
This survey is only for clients who have received service and/or equipment from our Infusion Staff and/or Infusion Delivery Technicians