When a person needs infusion therapy, it means they need treatment for a condition through the form of medication through a needle into a vein. The type of infusion therapy may depend on the patient’s condition and its severity – but usually a person needs infusion therapy when the condition is too severe to be treated with oral medications.
Specific infusion drug therapies may include the following types of medications:
Many times infusion therapy is used to treat the following conditions and diseases:
Infusion Center Services Located at Firelands Regional Medical Center Main Campus
Firelands Regional Medical Center’s Infusion Center, which is staffed by registered nurses who are specially trained to administer IV medications and perform wound care, is available to patients in the Sandusky area. Located in the Professional Center I building at main campus, this center combines the most advanced infusion medications and techniques with a beautiful, peaceful environment.
Advanced infusion services offered at the Firelands Regional Medical Center infusion center include:
- Blood transfusions
- IV medications
- Medication injections
- Therapeutic phlebotomy
- Wound care as prescribed by a physician
What Infusion Therapy Patients are Saying
When it comes to understanding if Firelands Regional Medical Center is the right place for you to receive infusion therapy, don’t just take our word for it. Consider the words of real patients who have been in your shoes:
“Your love, compassion kindness, and happy smiles are what have gotten me through the past ten years at the infusion center.”
“I am always aware of how great all of you are to me!”
“Your kind ways never go unnoticed.”
“Thank you for being so nice, understanding, patient and kind. We are forever grateful.”
“I want to thank you all for your kindness and gentle care.”
“Thank you for your wonderful love and care!”
The infusion center referral base includes hospitals, area and out-of-town physician offices, home health agencies, and wound care centers. Learn more about the infusion center at Firelands Regional Medical Center today.