Infusion

Infusion therapy is prescribed when a patient's condition cannot be treated effectively by oral medications. Typically, infusion therapy means that the drug is administered intravenously. Outpatient infusion therapy is offered at Deaconess Clinic Downtown and The Chancellor Center for Oncology.

Our professional staff of oncology/hematology physicians, pharmacists and oncology nurses is highly-skilled in infusion drug administration and work to make sure you receive the best care possible in a comfortable environment.

Deaconess Cancer Services offers infusion therapy to treat a variety of conditions.
  • Infections unresponsive to oral antibiotics
  • Cancer
  • Hemophilia
  • Immune deficiencies
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Gastrointestinal disease
Infusion treatment is administered by our team of health professionals. Someone is always with you during your treatment and for a period of time afterward, to monitor you for side effects.
  • IV antibiotics
  • Chemotherapy
  • Remicade
  • IgG
  • Iron
  • Blood Transfusions (Chancellor Center only)
  • Reclast

Chemo Buddies

Chemo Buddies is a non-profit organization that provides a group of dedicated volunteers to serve cancer patients while they are in the treatment room receiving chemotherapy.  Chemo buddies strive to make chemotherapy a more pleasant experience for every patient by helping with snacks, blankets, pillows and everything else a patient may need.


Outpatient infusion centers are located at Chancellor Center for Oncology,  Deaconess Clinic Downtown, Deaconess Hospital Main Campus