Some patients require outpatient infusion therapy for short- or long-term treatment. The Bronson Infusion Center provides complete infusion therapy services to meet all patient needs.
"I was so blessed to have had such great nurses while I was treated here! During my 10 day treatment for an infection, I was feeling completely miserable at first. These nurses and staff made it all much more bearable and pleasant experience by going above & beyond! They made me smile and took great care of me. Goes without saying that caring, skilled nurses make all the difference in a smoother recovery! Thank you!!"
- Jennifer G.
- Blood transfusions, platelets and phlebotomies
- Central line care, including declotting lines, dressing changes, lab draws and flushes
- Enzyme treatments
- Hydration treatments
- Injections (intramuscular/subcutaneous)
- Medication administration, including antibiotics, intravenous immunoglobulin, steroids, iron replacement, electrolytes, and disease modifying drugs for rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis and more
- Consultation with on-site pharmacist
Why Choose Bronson Infusion Center
- Patients can receive all infusion services in one location in a private room.
- Infusion services are provided by experienced nurses who specialize in intravenous treatments and vascular access nursing.
- Nurses are highly skilled in providing infusion therapy and monitoring patients during their treatment.
- Staff teaches patients how to care for themselves during therapy so they can be active participants in their healthcare.
- Open Saturday and Sunday by appointment
Who Should be Referred
Infusion therapy may be provided for patients who need:
- Medication for chronic illnesses such as Crohn’s disease and asthma
- IV hydration therapy
- Blood products such as platelets, red cells or plasma
- Low-dose chemotherapy
- IV antibiotics for an infection
- Post-transplant intravenous medications
- Immunomodulators (drugs that stimulate the immune system)
- Biological response modifiers (substances made by living cells that stimulate the body’s response to infection and disease; used for rheumatoid arthritis and other conditions)
- IV antiemetics for nausea and vomiting
- IV immune globulin to boost the body’s natural defense system against infection
- Monoclonal antibodies to suppress the immune system or to kill/inhibit cancer cells
- Therapeutic phlebotomy, which involves withdrawing a prescribed amount of blood to improve the symptoms of a blood disorder
Partnering with Providers
To create comprehensive care for patients, the Bronson Infusion Center team also provides:
- Assessment and evaluations of patient health status for referring physicians
- Educational and instructional materials
- Procurement of blood samples for lab testing
- Updates to primary care physicians
- Ongoing reviews of services with primary physicians to promote the best treatment outcomes
- Documentation of infusion therapy processes
- Central line catheter care and troubleshooting
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