IV Hydration is an effective means of administering vitamins & medications directly into the bloodstream. IV hydration bypasses the GI tract, delivering vitamins & nutrients to the body with a 100% absorption rate. Administered by a registered  nurse or nurse practitioner, hydration effects are felt immediately and can be felt up to one week after infusion.

Our current office is located at 853 Mill Creek Rd Beach Haven West (next to Bagels and Beyond). Keep an eye out for our pop-ups at Black Sheep Studios, on LBI.  We also do home visits, group bookings, private events and pop-up events!

You can book your appointment online here. Or email, call or text to book as well.
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All of our IV infusion specialists are Registered Nurses (RN) or advanced practice nurses (APN) who are trained and experienced in the emergency department and are experts at administering IV treatments.

Our IV treatments typically last between 30 minutes to one hour depending on the individual.  B12 shots and LIPO or semaglutide injections are quick and only take a minute or two.

At the moment we do not accept health insurance.  HSA cards are accepted for services.

We recommend that individuals over the age of 18 receive IV therapy & injections. If you have a specific need, please reach out to us directly.

Everyone’s needs are different. Our nurses will consult with you and make a recommendation as to how often you can get IV treatments based on your health history and individual needs. Our nurses will also tailor any treatment add-ons to help you achieve your specific health goals.

Yes, we offer mobile IV services for small, medium, and large events. We also offer services for private parties. Our group IV services generally include a stationed nurse. Contact us to learn more about how we can accommodate your event.

Everyone is different, and we love that! Give us a call anytime at (609) 529-0303 to have a nurse on staff help guide, customize and advise on any IV drip types or ingredients that you have questions about.

Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in many tasks such as forming red blood cells, maintaining the central nervous system, and other bodily functions. It is one of the most important vitamins because it performs essential functions like assisting in keeping a healthy blood flow and controlling key enzymes in the body. It is generally found in many similar foods and food products.

B12 can help with things like improving your metabolism, helping your memory, and boosting your focus and concentration. It can also be used to aid with diabetes, male infertility, and osteoporosis, as well as, help prevent vitamin B12 deficiency.

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Vitamin B12 deficiency occurs when there are low levels of Vitamin B12 in your blood. Some of the symptoms may include depression, irritability, anemia, reduced heart function, and decreased fertility. Vitamin B12 deficiency is also more common than you think. About 26% of adults below the age of 60 are considered to be B12 deficient. There’s even a good chance that you may be vitamin B12 deficient and may not even realize it.