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Infusion and injectable medications can be effective treatment methods for patients suffering from a variety of gastrointestinal conditions. Centers for Gastroenterology proudly offers several types of medications to address symptoms and improve the livelihoods of patients.

What Medication Treatments Do We Offer?

Infusion and injectable medications can often be effective because they allow treatments, medications, and nutrients to be properly absorbed into the body. All types of infusion medications are administered through an intravenous (IV) line.  Injections are typically administered subcutaneously.  Patients may need repeated or regular infusion or injection sessions.

Infliximab is administered as an intravenous infusion lasting approximately 2 hours.  Infusion times may vary on the number of infusions you have received.  Your gastroenterologist will determine the correct dose and interval of the infusions. 

Entyvio is administered as an intravenous infusion lasting just over 30 minutes.  Maintenance infusion intervals will be determined by your gastroenterologist. 

Stelara is administered as one single intravenous infusion lasting approximately 1 hour, then one 90-mg subcutaneous self-administered injection starting 8 weeks after the initial IV infusion for maintenance.  Dosing for both the infusion and injections are per manufacturing guidelines and determined by your gastroenterologist.

Skyrizi is administered as three intravenous infusions lasting approximately 1 hour each followed by maintenance self-administered subcutaneous injections as ordered by your gastroenterologist.

Simponi Aria is administered as an intravenous infusion lasting approximately 30 minutes. Maintenance infusion intervals will be determined by your gastroenterologist. 

Cimzia is administered as a subcutaneous injection, the dosing and interval will be determined by your gastroenterologist.Iron Infusions can help restore iron levels in patients with anemia. This is a particularly good option for patients who have not found relief from iron supplements. This treatment can take a matter of hours to complete, and it may need to be repeated

For all medication treatments, you will see your gastroenterologist periodically to monitor your progress and response to the medication.

Our team is highly trained and prepared to make your treatment process a comfortable and effective experience.


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Contact Us Today to Talk About Medication Treatments

If you are concerned about symptoms you or a loved one may be experiencing, Centers for Gastroenterology would love to help ease your mind and work with you to develop a plan of treatment. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for a consultation with one of our experienced providers.

You can find a continually-updated list of medications Centers for Gastroenterology infuses at  the NICA (National Infusion Center Association) website under the Infusion Center Locator tab.



“I had a routine remicade infusion today and everything went well, as usual. The staff at the front desk and especially in the Infusion Center is always a pleasure to work with and extremely good at what they do. They are very professional yet caring at the same time. Thank you as always.” – Scott Powers

“My infusion was seamless. All the staff are incredibly helpful, kind, knowledgeable, and supportive. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.” – Brenda Dyer

“The experience of getting an infusion is not the greatest thing you want in your life. The staff are very efficient and professional while also being very relaxed and friendly. Telling stories and joking with multiple patients at once keeps it interesting and feeling very personable.” – Gerry Granahan

“Great job! I enjoyed my time there. They make everything so easy and comfortable for me always willing to accommodate me.” – Teresa Murdock