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Infusion Therapy Added to 3:16 Healthcare Carrollton Practices 

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Owner and Founder of 3:16 Healthcare Allison Key, M.D., recently opened another branch to her existing practices, an infusion center in Carrollton located at 820 Maple Street. The infusion therapy offices are an extension of her family medicine services, but it is specifically tailored for IV infusions of various kinds. 

Key’s offices specialize in physiologic insulin resensitization known as PIR which is a “remarkable therapy” that helps with diabetic glucose control, reverses neuropathy for those patients, improves kidney function, and more. They also offer athletic infusions, rehydration after an illness, immune boosting infusions, and several others. Key has plans to expand her services into other medical disease process treatments and will be adding those soon. 

When patients come into Key’s infusion therapy offices, they will be evaluated by one of the board certified healthcare providers and screened for any medical conditions that would preclude them from getting an IV safely.  “We have big, comfy recliners, some of which have heat and massage built into them. If a patient is sick, we also have some private infusion rooms. The ambience is homey and comfortable, the staff is friendly and highly trained, and overall, we strive to make it a positive, uplifting experience,” Key said.  “Our motto, if you will, comes from Deuteronomy, ‘[Y]ou will be blessed when you come in and blessed when you go out.’ Our hope is that everyone who enters those doors feels better for having come to see us.”

Patients can begin their wellness journey with 3:16 Healthcare by calling to schedule an appointment 678-390-7900. There are several walk-in appointments available daily as well, at 820 Maple Street, Carrollton. 

The infusion center opened August 14 and the urgent care side of the office will open just after Labor Day. The Infusion Therapy Center ( ITC) will be open Monday through Thursday 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., and Friday 8:00 A.M. to noon. Urgent Care will be open 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, with weekend hours opening later in the fall. 

“I love to learn and am a firm believer in knowing more should lead us to doing better. We strive to offer care that never wavers off  keeping the patient at the center of all we do, but we will always learn, add to our knowledge base and skill set, and provide the most up to date, cutting edge, and always loving care to our people. It is exciting to know that what we do everyday changes lives, often little by little, but those drops of good add up to a big community impact–and that’s a good feeling when you lie down at night,” Key concluded.

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Kennae Hunter is an Athens native who made her way west after attending UWG and graduating in 2021 with a Mass Communication degree. She enjoys reading books, watching true crime, and playing Fortnite in her free time. Kennae is a very passionate writer and finds happiness in storytelling and bringing news to the community. Kennae also loves to shop and listen to music as a form of self-care.