Blood transfusions, platelets and phlebotomies
Central line care, including declotting lines, dressing changes, lab draws and flushes
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
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
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
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