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Our team of specially trained infusion nurses provide non-oncology, outpatient infusion services in a hospital-based, patient-centered environment. Services include therapeutic phlebotomy, intravenous infusions, central line care, blood and blood product transfusion, injections, and related patient education.
Located on the first floor of St. Luke’s McCall Medical Center, our infusion center features a common space for patient care.
Referral Required: Once an order is received from the provider and authorized, an infusion scheduler will contact you to set up an appointment.
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