Welcome to the DAC Infusion Center. At the Denver Arthritis Clinic, we have two state of the art Infusion Centers, located at both our Lowry and Lone Tree locations. At the Infusion Center, you will find the newest and promising treatments and therapies for numerous conditions for both patients of the Denver Arthritis Clinic and patients who've been referred by other providers.
We offer therapies for a number rheumatologic conditions, including infusion therapy for arthritis, osteoporosis, and more. We also provide therapies for gastrointestinal diseases such as Inflammatory Bowel Diseases like Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), osteoporosis, dermatologic conditions such as psoriasis, and autoimmune diseases like lupus and thyroid eye disease. This is only the beginning of the wide range of conditions we treat at DAC.
Each of our locations has a 3:1 Registered Nurse ratio and physician on-site at all times. The Centers are well equipped with oversized recliners, wireless internet, healthy snacks, and beverages to ensure your comfort. We want your experience to be a positive one and we think you will find our staff and facilities pleasant, friendly and accommodating.
If you’d like to learn more about our infusion centers, or you’re ready to find relief with the best arthritis treatment centers in the Denver area, schedule an appointment at Denver Arthritis Clinic today. We look forward to helping you get the arthritis treatment and care you deserve.
If you’re an outside patient whose primary care provider or specialist is referring you to us, there are a few steps you need to take before getting started with your treatment. Our team is here to answer any questions you may have, and we’re committed to making the process as smooth and seamless as possible.
Here’s how the process works:
Your provider will send your referral to the DAC. We will then submit your information to your insurance to obtain a Prior Authorization.
Documents needed from your provider to start the prior authorization process include:
Once everything is received from your referring provider, this process can take up to two weeks, depending on how quickly your insurance replies to our request for authorization.
We have a team dedicated to medication prior authorizations. They will submit the information needed to start the authorization process as soon as we receive your orders.
Insurance companies can take days or weeks to review this information and make a decision. We will do our best to keep you posted, but please feel free to contact our office with any questions or concerns. We’re happy to help.
At the Denver Arthritis Clinic’s Infusion Center, our professional nurses are experienced, knowledgeable, and work hard to give the best care possible. The rooms are equipped with reclining chairs, and although we do not have private rooms, we think you will find the atmosphere comfortable and relaxing.
Our highly trained registered infusion nurses administer proven medications, including:
To see our full list of infusion medications and the duration of each type of infusion, view the table below. Have questions? Feel free to reach out to our friendly, knowledgeable staff!
1 hr 15min
1 hr 20min
We offer bottled water and snacks while you are getting your infusions and you are welcome to bring a lunch or snack if you need to. We also provide free WiFi, as well as bottled refreshments.
We do ask that you not talk on your phone while you are in the infusion center out of respect for other patients.
Some of our medications require us to pre-medicate you. These pre-medications may include, but are not limited to: Tylenol, Benadryl or Claritin, and Solumedrol.
Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate family or friends as our chairs are reserved for patients only.