Kaiser Permanente Washington Home Infusion Pharmacy

Our approach

Kaiser Permanente Washington Home Infusion Pharmacy is a dedicated team available to members receiving home infusion. This team partners with providers and nurses to make sure members are receiving the right medicine and dose, while monitoring their treatment.

Kaiser Permanente Home Infusion Pharmacy mails medicine and infusion supplies to the member’s home and coordinates the administration of the member’s home infusion by a preferred nursing partner.

Home Infusion drug list

Contact information

Our home infusion team is available Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to respond to your inquiries.

Telephone: 206-326-2990 (TTY 711)
Fax: 206-326-2139

For prescribers

Refer a patient to Kaiser Permanente Home Infusion Pharmacy by following the instructions in the home infusion referral job aid, or by faxing a prescription referral to 206-326-2139. The prescription referral for each therapy can be found in the FAQ below, or on the Kaiser Permanente Provider Forms page.


What is home infusion therapy?

Home infusion therapy involves the intravenous administration of drugs or biologicals to an individual at home. Our contracted Kaiser Permanente infusion services providers deliver infusion therapy services to our members twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week. These providers initiate infusion services within four (4) hours from the time of receipt of the order.

Is home infusion therapy safe?

Home infusion has been proven to be a safe and effective alternative to inpatient care for many disease states and therapies. A full patient and home assessment are performed before initiating infusion therapy at home to ensure that the patient is a suitable candidate for home care.

Note: A registered infusion nurse will supervise and monitor the patient for the course of the infusion administration.

How do I know if my patient is a good candidate for home infusion?

Kaiser Permanente Home Infusion Pharmacy, along with its preferred nursing partner, will make a holistic assessment as to whether a patient is a good candidate for home infusion. A patient may be a good candidate for home infusion if:

  1. The member’s home environment has been assessed as:
    • Being accessible to 911 services and urgent care,
    • Having adequate refrigeration, running water, electricity, telephone access,
    • Meeting general cleanliness standards.
  2. The member is medically stable and able to participate in their care, and
  3. The member has reliable venous access.

What drugs do you infuse in home infusion?

The Kaiser Permanente Home Infusion Pharmacy formulary can be found below. New drugs are regularly being assessed for addition to the formulary.

Home Infusion drug list

Can Kaiser Permanente Washington Home Infusion Pharmacy service all members?

Kaiser Permanente Washington Home Infusion Pharmacy can service all non-Medicare Kaiser Permanente insured members, 7 years and older. The pharmacy cannot service Molina members.

Who can I contact if my patient or I have questions regarding their home infusion benefits?

Contact Kaiser Permanente Member Services, phone 1-888-901-4636

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