What services are provided?
In the Infusion center we have 6 semi-private shared suites and two private suites. Each infusion suite has a TV, internet access, a heated and massaging recliner, warm blankets and refreshments.
Our services are provided Monday-Friday. We have five certified chemotherapy nurses who work closely with providers to provide infusions.
We offer injections and infusions for multiple diagnoses including pediatrics and OB patients. We offer chemotherapy and immunotherapy under the direction of our medical oncologists.
For hematology serves we offer phlebotomy, transfusions and infusions.
Our expert nurses aim to provide a holistic approach and make patients as comfortable as possible during treatments.
What types of conditions is infusion therapy used for?
Infusion therapy allows for the delivery of chemotherapy drugs directly into your bloodstream. It also enables you to receive anti-nausea and other medications without the need for more needles.
Infusion therapy isn’t just for cancer, though. It’s also used in the treatment of:
congestive heart failure
infections that are unresponsive to oral antibiotics
Infusion at Greater Regional
Greater Regional Health is excited to announce that in early 2021 the formerly known, 'Greater Regional Cancer Center', was re-named to 'Greater Regional Infusion and Oncology Center'. The growth of the Cancer Center has led to the name change to encompass all services being performed in this designated area. The 'Cancer Center' location became so much more than just exceptional cancer care.