Infusion Solutions For Patients & Caregivers
"My father utilized one of your pumps. The pump freed him from repetitive visits for chemo and allowed him to be mobile."
Welcome to Outpatient Infusion Systems. We are the company that provides your doctor with ambulatory infusion pumps to administer chemotherapy and other types of medications.
Continuous infusion therapy offers many patients the freedom to return home and resume some of their normal activities. We are pleased to partner with you and your physician on your treatment and wish you the very best.
OIS is a high-quality, low-cost durable medical equipment (DME) provider. We are in-network with leading healthcare insurance companies on a local and national level which helps save you money and time.
New patients receive a letter from OIS which includes a summary of our services and your insurance information. Please review and call our business office if you have any questions (1.800.967.6400 option 2, Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. EST).
Additional information on our program can be found in the OIS Patient Guide, provided by your doctor, or visit the FAQs for Patients and Caregivers portion of this website.
About Your OIS Ambulatory Infusion Pump
Your infusion pump is a high-tech, electronic device that must be handled with care
As with all electronic devices, please keep the pump away from water and exposure to direct sunlight
Please protect the pump at all times--keep it in the fanny pack or carrying case provided by your doctor and be careful not to drop it, especially in the toilet or bathtub
Be careful not to crimp or kink the tubing, especially when sleeping or getting in or out of the car
Do not attempt to reprogram the pump or push any buttons on the pump unless specifically instructed by your doctor, nurse or the OIS on-call nurse
If the pump alarms, please remain calm and call either your clinic (during regular office hours) or the OIS Patient-Nurse Connection (after office hours, on weekends or holidays): 1.800.454.0062 or as instructed by your doctor.