At Doctors Community Hospital, our Infusion Center provides comprehensive services at a convenient location.

With treatments often given through a needle or catheter (intravenously), we offer:  


It is drug therapy to destroy cancer cells; chemotherapy may also include additional hydration or medication to help you manage possible side effects of chemotherapy medication.

Blood product transfusions

The receiving of blood products such as red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, etc. for various medical conditions.

Therapeutic phlebotomy

The withdrawing of a prescribed amount of blood for medical reasons, such as to reduce excess iron or red blood cells or for metabolic disorders.

Injectable anticoagulants

These medications help prevent clotting of the blood, administered by injection; often used to prevent or treat blood clots.

Intravenous antibiotics

Antibiotic medications are administered intravenously, often to treat infections that did not respond to oral antibiotic therapy or when intravenous methods are a more effective treatment option


It is a blood product extracted from plasma, immunoglobulin is used to treat immune deficiencies, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, or acute infections.

Neupogen® delivery

It is a drug that stimulates production of neutrophils, a type of white blood cell that protects against infection; neutrophils may be compromised due to a long-standing condition or as a side effect of chemotherapy treatment.

Remicaid® delivery

It is a medication that is injected to treat Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Other types of intravenous therapies

Additional treatments focus on antifungal, antiviral, hydration and nutrition provided intravenously.

Since each patient is unique, we personalize all treatment plans to meet the specific needs and concerns of each person.

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