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Doctors Community Hospital’s Infusion Center

We offer 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
  • 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