Specialty Infusion nursing is a specialized nursing field focused on the care of patients receiving high-touch intravenous (IV) biological therapy. Specialty Infusion nursing encompasses the disease state, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of orphan and ultra-orphan disorders (rare diseases that affect less than 200,000 people.) Specialty Infusion nurses are a critical part of a specialty patient’s care team and provide education and administration of infusions of biologicals to patients in the comfort of their own home
SPNN is a national provider of specialty home infusion nursing services with a national network of highly experienced infusion nurses. We work with specialty pharmacies and biopharmaceutical manufacturers nationwide to provide outsourced solutions for in-home infusion drug administration, patient education and training, clinical call support, and patient outcome reporting. We are actively recruiting Speciality Infusion Nurses at the top of their field to add to our nationwide network.
What Does Specialty Infusion Therapy Treat?
Specialty infusion therapy treats an array of diseases. At SPNN, we focus on treating rare, chronic, and orphan diseases. Some disease states example our infusion therapy nurses treat include but are not limited to:
- Alpha 1 Antitrypsin Deficiency
- Atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome
- Crohn’s Disease/Ulcerative Colitis
- Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIPD)
- Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
- Hereditary Angioedema
- X linked Hypophosphatemia
- Myasthenia Gravis
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Hunter Syndrome
- Primary Immunodeficiency Disease (PIDD)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Pompe/Fabry/Gaucher Disease
At SPNN, we adhere to an extremely high standard of care and are known in the industry as being the best of the best in terms of patient care, infusion medication administration, professionalism, ongoing education, and environmental safety.
How to Become an SPNN Specialty Infusion Nurse?
SPNN is actively recruiting highly experienced infusion nurses nationwide. We specifically seek out best-in-class CRNI®, IgCN®, and OCN® accredited nurses.
A certified registered nurse infusion (CRNI®) is an exceptional nurse who has passed a rigorous exam covering the core areas of infusion nursing. CRNI®s stay ahead by being exposed to the newest advances in technology and practice within the infusion nursing specialty.
Becoming a CRNI® exemplifies a commitment to excellence. This prestigious credential warrants the recognition and respect of patients, peers, and employers because it’s proof of dedication to the pursuit of lifelong learning and the delivery of quality health care.
CRNI®s are part of a global community of elite nurses across multiple disciplines—including home care, pediatrics, oncology, and many more—who’ve demonstrated through certification that they are the most informed, most highly qualified infusion nursing specialists. A CRNI® is, first and foremost, an advocate for improving patient care.
The goals of the IgNS certification and the Immunoglobulin Certified Nurse (IgCN®) Credential are to protect the public by assessment, validation, and documentation of the knowledge, skills, and overall clinical competence of nurses managing and administering Ig (Immunoglobulin) therapy. IgCN Credentialing is designed to certify qualified nurses after an assessment of their knowledge, skills, and competence in Ig nursing. IgCN is the first professional credential specific to the Ig nursing specialty practice. “The IgCN Credential empowers nurses to be confident clinical decision-makers,” said Amy Clarke, RN, the chair of the IgNS Certification Board.
The Oncology Certified Nurse (OCN®) credential means a nurse has the knowledge to competently care for adults with cancer. Nurses who are certified as OCN®s have wide knowledge of the many issues involved in providing care for patients with cancer. Most nurses who are certified in oncology are certified as OCN®.
If you’re an expert infusion nurse committed to excellent patient care, strict environmental safety protocols, second-to-none circle of care communication, and ongoing education, we encourage you to apply and look forward to hearing from you. To discover our list of open positions, visit our careers page.