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Infusion Therapy

Choose Caldwell UNC Health Care for outpatient infusion therapy close to home in Lenoir, North Carolina.

What is Infusion Therapy?

Infusion therapy, or intravenous (IV) therapy, delivers fluids and medicines directly to your vein. This approach allows you to get medicines and fluids as quickly as possible.

Who Needs Infusion Therapy?

Your doctor may recommend infusion therapy to treat:

The type of infusion you receive depends on your condition. The care team at Caldwell UNC have experience administering all types of IV therapies, including:

  • Antibiotics – Fight bacteriaBisphosphonates – Prevent or treat osteoporosis
  • Blood transfusions – Gives you blood or blood products from a donor
  • Hydration – Restores fluids and electrolytes
  • Immunoglobulin – Helps fight infections
  • Iron infusion – Replaces iron

Certified Staff

Trust Caldwell UNC for safe infusion therapy from experienced, certified infusion nurses. Count on our staff to keep you as comfortable as possible throughout your treatment.

Your Comfort During Treatment

Your treatment time will vary depending on the type of therapy you receive. Relax in a comfortable chair with a book or bring a family member with you. When your therapy is complete, our location at the hospital offers you easy access to the parking lot.

Choose Caldwell UNC for Infusion Therapy

Ask for infusion therapy at Caldwell UNC and join a group of highly satisfied patients. When you choose Caldwell UNC to receive infusion therapy, you’ll benefit from outpatient services that don’t require a hospital stay. We provide flexible weekday hours and weekend services to fit your schedule.

Find Out About Cancer Infusion Therapy

Learn more about cancer infusion therapy at the McCreary Cancer Center.

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