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State-of-the-Art Infusion Center

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We accept Medicare, multi-state Medicaid, Medi-Cal, Blue Shield, and most private insurances. Call us to find out more about your coverage.

AmeriPharma Infusion Center’s unwavering commitment to our patients, along with our staff’s expertise, have made us the preferred choice for patients who are prescribed with immunoglobulin.

Looking for IVIg or SCIg home infusion instead? Visit AmeriPharma Specialty Care.

State-of-the-art infusion center offers private or community infusion suite reclining infusion chair, guest chair, blankets, snacks, book and decoration

IVIG Avaliablity

We keep our warehouse fully stocked. Even in the midst of Ig shortage, our extensive relationships with manufacturers and distributors means patients always have access to the Ig they need. 

Current Status: ● In Stock 

Full-Service Coordination

We work with the patient’s insurance and doctors to coordinate prescriptions, prior authorizations, refills, and deliveries. Our patient care coordinators remove these responsibilities from the patient so they’re free to focus on their treatment.

Dual Accreditation

Dual accreditation by URAC and ACHC show that we meet the highest industry standards to deliver the best possible patient experience.

24/7/365 Availability

Our nurses, pharmacists and support staff are available 24/7/365 to answer all questions and expedite requests when needed.

Specialized Infusion Nurses

Our elite team of infusion nurses each hold a CRNI Certification and have at least five years of clinical experience. Nurses stay with the patient throughout the entire duration of IV infusion therapy.

Financial Assistance & Advocacy

We act on the patient’s behalf to secure financial aid and decrease out-of-pocket expenses. To date, AmeriPharma Specialty Care has secured $40 million in financial assistance for our patients.

Ready to Upgrade your IVIG Infusion Experience?

Infusion Center Amenities

Reclining Chairs
Free Snacks & Beverages
Access to Kitchen
Library of Movies & Books
Chairs for Visitors
Free Parking
Newspapers & Journals
Lobby Sofa

Immune globulin is a sterilized solution made from healthy blood plasma used to treat patients with decreased or abolished antibody production capabilities.

How it Works

IVIG is administered intravenously (IVIG). In patients who have a decreased immune system, immune globulin (IG) can be used to provide the antibodies they need to ward off infection. In patients with autoimmune diseases, immune globulin can help regulate an overactive immune system by slowing it down or stopping processes, causing inflammatory reactions.


B-Cell Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP)

Primary Humoral Immunodeficiency

Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP)

Multifocal Motor Neuropathy

Kawasaki Syndrome

Guillain-Barré Syndrome

Myasthenia Gravis

Multiple Sclerosis

Small Fiber Neuropathy

Pemphigus Vulgaris

Von-Willebrand Disorder

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Ig Therapy for Primary Immunodeficiency

Hereditary Hypogammaglobulinemia

Autosomal recessive agammaglobulinemia

X-linked agammaglobulinemia

Nonfamilial Hypogammaglobulinemia

Agammaglobulinemia with immunoglobulin-bearing B-lymphocytes

Common variable agammaglobulinemia

Hypogammaglobulinemia NOS

Selective deficiency of IgA

Selective deficiency of IgG subclasses

Selective deficiency of IgM

Immunodeficiency with increased IgM

SCID with reticular dysgenesis

SCID with low T- and B-cell numbers

SCID with low or normal B-Cell numbers

Major histocompatibility complex class I deficiency

Major histocompatibility complex class II deficiency

Other combined immunodeficiencies

Combined immunodeficiency, unspecified

Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome

Hyperimmunoglobulin E syndrome

Immunodeficiency associated with major defect, unspecified

CVID with predominant abnormalities of B-cell numbers and function

CVID with predominant immunoregulatory T-cell disorders

CVID with autoantibodies to B- or T-cells

Other common variable immunodeficiencies

CVID, unspecified

Ig Therapy for Autoimmune Diagnosis

Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP)

Critical Illness Polyneuropathy (Acute Motor Neuropathy) and Peripheral Neuropathy - Unspecified

Acute Infective Polyneuritis (Guillain-Barre Syndrome)



Lambert-Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome

Multifocal Motor Neuropathy (MMN)

Multiple Sclerosis

Myasthenia Gravis with or without Exacerbation


Stiff-Man Syndrome

Solid Organ Transplant (Kidney, Heart and Lung)

IVIg Gammgard Privigen Gammaplex Gamunex Gammaked

Taking Immune Globulin Safely

It’s essential to speak with your doctor before taking immune globulin. It’s possible the medication can contain inactive ingredients which can cause allergic reactions. Additionally, it’s important to go over your past medical history and current medications in detail with your doctor to make sure you are an eligible candidate.

How long does IVIg take to administer?

It usually takes between 4 to 6 hours to infuse Ig depending on the product and the method of administration.

Community Involvement:

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foundation for primary immunodeficiency diseases logo
igns immunoglobulin national society
immune deficiency foundation logo
the hemophilia foundation of southern California logo
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Get Started With Us

Get ready to upgrade your IVIg infusion experience. We accept Medicare, multi-state Medicaid, Medi-Cal, Blue Shield, and most private insurances.