infusion center in prince george's county mdDoctors Community Hospital’s Infusion Center offers a comfortable, convenient setting for people who require short- and long-term infusion therapy and medications. Infusion services are provided by a staff of experienced registered nurses who specialize in this type of therapy.

During infusion therapy, medication is administered intravenously – through a needle or catheter. It is often used for:

  • Chemotherapy
  • Blood product transfusions
  • Therapeutic phlebotomy
  • Injectable anticoagulants
  • Intravenous antibiotics
  • Immunoglobulin
  •  Pain management for sickle cell patients
  • Neupogen® delivery
  • Remicaid® delivery
  • Other types of intravenous therapies, including antifungal, antiviral, hydration, and nutrition provided intravenously

Our infusion center provides a convenient location to receive comprehensive services:

  • Oncology certified registered nurses who provide supportive and efficient care
  • A beautiful facility designed with your comfort in mind with comfortable recliner chairs and private televisions
  • Flexible scheduling options to accommodate your lifestyle
  • Dedicated staff who provide professional and compassionate care
  • Convenient access to other diagnostic services and treatments at Doctors Community Hospital – your neighborhood hospital.

Learn more about our team, treatments and frequently asked questions

The Infusion Center

Doctors Community Hospital
8116 Good Luck Road,
3rd floor, East Tower
Lanham, MD 20706

Phone: 301-552-8863
Fax: 301-552-7783

Open daily

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