In Auburn Community Hospital’s Infusion Treatment Center, patients can receive almost any type of infusion or injection. Its convenient location allows the hospital to provide comprehensive care under one roof, and creates a smooth transition from inpatient to outpatient treatment.
Infusion therapy is used to treat acute as well as chronic diseases that require intravenous medications. Examples of diseases treated with intravenous medication are Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and immune deficiency.
Auburn Community Hospital has dedicated nurses and pharmacists performing infusions and allowing patients to remain in an outpatient setting.
The Infusion Treatment Center offers almost any type of infusion or injection, including:
- Therapeutic phlebotomy
- Administration of blood products
- Fluid hydration
- Urgent same day infusion therapy, per clinic request
- Iron supplementation
The Infusion Treatment Center has been newly renovated, and is located on the 1st floor of the hospital. The comfortable facility features open infusion bays and private spaces, and provides conveniences such as beverages and light snacks, WiFi, and televisions.