ACCESSIBILITY of care & services


Do you need to receive injections occasionally or regularly?

L’infirmière Coach de Santé offers private nurse services and allows you to receive your injections in our clinic or at home (under certain conditions). We recommend nursing care to clients who need treatment and support.

These services, available 24/7, are offered with appointment only.

A friendly service for the entire family 

This service is intented for people who need to receive an injection of medication prescribed by their doctor. Our nurses administer intramuscular, subcutaneous and intradermal injections. If necessary, nurses can also perform brief assessments or follow-ups. 

This service for children and adults requires a valid medical prescription. The medication to be administered must be intact and stored in good conditions.

Why choose our services? 

A service for everyone

Our nurses are experienced and can care about populations of all ages.

We are trusted

We are your trusted partner for all your nursing needs.

Cost of service

Accessible and quick

We value your time. This makes getting an appointment quick and easy. No waiting, no line-up and no waisting time.

We provide homecare

You cannot come to the clinic? No problem! Our services are offered both clinic and homecare services. 

In clinic Service: $50

Injection at home: $100


Intravenous medication

Intravenous medication, administered only under medical prescription allows the treatment to be injected directly into the bloodstream. This procedure is used to administer rehydration fluid, antibiotics, vitamins, chemotherapy or any other prescribed medication.

Intramuscular injection

Intramuscular injection requires a medical prescription and involves introducing the medication deep into the muscles.

The intramuscular administration regions are:

Anterior gluteus (hip)
Posterior gluteal (buttock)
Deltoid (shoulder)
Vastus lateral thigh (lateral aspect of the thigh)
Straight thigh muscle (front of the thigh)


Injecting a subcutaneous medication requires a medical prescription. It allows the medication to be introduced into the part of the skin called the hypodermis. Several medications such as insulin and some vaccines are administered this way.

Intradermal injection

Intradermal injection involves injecting a drug into the region of the skin called the dermis (middle layer of the skin).

Details about this Service

PROCEDURE for administering medication by injection.
With Prescription

  1. Validate the prescription
  2. Get client consent
  3. Client assessment
  4. Prepare the medication
  5. Administer the medication
  6. End of procedure
  7. Client reassessment

Our nurses are trained to administer:

  • Intramuscular medication
  • Subcutaneous medication
  • Intradermal medication

This service is available for:

  • Babies
  • Children and teenagers
  • Adults
  • Elders

You got discharged from the hospital where injections was started. You need to keep receiving a medication? 

Contact us for more info!


sub-cutaneous &
With prescription

  • Delasteryl
  • Depoprovera
  • Insuline
  • Lupron
  • Prolia
  • Vitamin B12
  • XGeva
  • Zoladex
  • and much more …

Bring your medication

most commonly

If your medication is not listed please contact us befor booking your appointment. 

PRICE (at home):$100.00

PRICE (in clinic): $50.00

Initial requirements

Medical prescription

The administration of any medication requires a valid medical prescription.

Nursing assessment

Before administering the prescribed medication, a nursing assessment is required.

Your health and well-being are the focus of our attention.