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Dedicated Healthcare Professionals

Our team of dedicated healthcare professionals is committed to providing exceptional care and support to our patients. Led by our Medical Director, Nurse Practitioner, and team of skilled nurses, we offer a comprehensive range of services to meet your infusion therapy needs.

Medical Director

Dr. Ron Neuberg our esteemed Medical Director, brings years of experience and expertise to our infusion center. As a board-certified physician specializing in pediatric hematology and oncology practicing at Palmetto Richland (now Prisma) Children’s Hospital in Columbia, SC, Dr. Ron oversees all aspects of patient care, ensuring the highest standards of safety, efficacy, and compassion. With a focus on personalized treatment plans and evidence-based practices, Dr. Ron collaborates closely with our team to deliver exceptional care to every patient.

Nurse Practitioner

We have a dedicated Nurse Practitioner at each infusion center site. The Nurse Practitioner plays a crucial role in the delivery of patient care at our infusion center. With advanced training and certification in specialty infusions, they provide comprehensive assessments and treatment plans for patients undergoing infusion therapy. From conducting initial evaluations to monitoring treatment progress and addressing patient concerns, our Nurse Practitioners are committed to ensuring the best possible outcomes for every individual we serve.


Our team of experienced and compassionate infusion nurses are here to provide expert clinical care and support throughout your infusion therapy journey. With specialized training in infusion therapy and a commitment to patient-centered care, our nurses administer medications, monitor vital signs, and provide education and support to patients and their families. Whether you’re receiving your first infusion or managing a chronic condition, our nurses are dedicated to making your experience as comfortable and positive as possible.

At Intramed Plus, we recognize the significance of tailored care and meticulous attention to detail. With our seasoned Medical Director, Nurse Practitioner, and proficient nursing team supporting you, rest assured that you’ll receive expert guidance and care at every stage of your journey.

Specialty Infusions for Various Indications

Infusions by Diagnosis

Tailored to the Condition


Asthma is characterized by inflammation of the airways, leading to episodes of wheezing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness. The condition involves a heightened sensitivity to certain triggers, such as allergens or irritants, causing the airways to narrow and making breathing difficult.

Infusion treatments are an effective approach for individuals with moderate to severe asthma. These infusions often target specific pathways in the immune system to reduce inflammation and improve overall respiratory function.

Crohn’s disease

In Crohn’s disease, the immune system dangerously attacks the digestive tract and leads to chronic inflammation and swelling deep in the GI tract. The condition is marked by periods of flare-ups and remission.

While there’s no cure, Infusion treatment is the best way to suppress the condition’s overactive immune response. Some individuals may undergo regular infusions to keep the disease in check, while others just seek treatment during flare-ups.

Generalized Myasthenia Gravis (gMG)

Patients with Myasthenia Gravis, or gMG, experience muscle weakness caused by the body’s communication breakdown between nerves and muscles. Infusion treatment introduces immunoglobulins into the bloodstream, which improves neuromuscular transmission.

The schedule for infusion treatments may range from a few times per week to monthly, but it can be adjusted based on the individual’s needs and the specific medication or therapy being administered.

Infusion nurse administering infusion

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Multiple Sclerosis, or MS, triggers the immune system to attack the protective covering of nerve fibers. This autoimmune response results in the formation of scar tissue (sclerosis) and disrupts the normal transmission of nerve signals. Symptoms can vary but commonly include fatigue, difficulty walking, numbness, and problems with coordination.

Infusion treatment aims to modulate the immune response, reduce inflammation, and lessen the impact of MS on the nervous system.


Those with osteoporosis confront the gradual loss of bone density and strength, leading to an increased risk of fractures. The condition is caused by a deterioration of bone tissue and an imbalance in the bone remodeling process, where bone resorption surpasses bone formation.

Infusions often focus on promoting bone health, mitigating bone loss, and improving overall skeletal integrity. The frequency of treatments varies based on the specific medications prescribed and the individual’s response to the therapy.


Psoriasis is a skin condition that triggers inflammation and accelerated skin cell growth. Those with it experience frequent formations of red, itchy, and scaly patches.

Infusion treatment has become a crucial part of psoriasis management, specifically for those with moderate to severe conditions. Beyond addressing the visible skin manifestations, these treatments play a pivotal role in improving the overall quality of life for individuals grappling with the challenges.

Thyroid Eye Disease

Thyroid Eye Disease, or TED, is caused by an overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism) and is characterized by inflammation and swelling of the eye muscles and tissues. Individuals with it experience symptoms such as bulging eyes, double vision, and eye discomfort.

Infusion treatments, particularly with immunosuppressive medications or monoclonal antibodies, have become integral in addressing the inflammatory component of TED. These infusions aim to modulate the immune response, reduce swelling, and alleviate eye-related symptoms.

Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative Colitis causes the immune system to attack the body’s lower digestive regions, which leads to the development of ulcers along the colon lining. Patients living with UC can help control symptoms through diet and exercise, but anti-inflammatory medication is often necessary to control and alleviate flare-ups.

Infusion treatments are prescribed for both inducing and maintaining remission in UC. That means some patients only visit the infusion center during flare-ups. Others receive periodic infusion treatments as part of a longer-term maintenance strategy.

Treatment frequency for all conditions varies. Some individuals may seek infusions for short-term relief, while others may require more regular sessions to effectively manage their symptoms. We closely with physicians to determine the best plan for each patient and may adjust based on the patient’s response.