This outpatient clinic is focused on the unique care of women with gynecological malignancies. Our primary function is management of the surgical patient. Patient care includes chemotherapy infusion and symptom management of treatment side effects.
Inpatient and Outpatient Dialysis
This unit cares for hospitalized patients, 12 years and older, suffering from acute or chronic Stage 5 kidney disease who require hemodialysis. We also provide treatment for patients with acute poisoning or drug overdose, and to unstable, critically ill patients by means of Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy. Each year we provide approximately 1,800 inpatient treatments and 17,000 outpatient treatments.
Intravenous Specialty Infusion Services
This service specializes in outpatient venous access device placement, maintenance, specialized medication administration and transfusion therapy for patients of all ages. The ISIC RN specialist also provides education to patients and their families regarding all aspects of their therapy. Approximately 50% of the ISIC patients are undergoing treatment for some sort of oncologic diagnosis. These patients are treated in collaboration with the Cancer Center and other area oncologists. All patients, regardless of diagnosis, are offered a highly personalized treatment experience in an atmosphere of support.
This outpatient clinic is designed to meet the needs of adult patients with oncologic and/or hematologic diagnoses. Management of chemotherapy infusion and chemotherapy related side effects as well as blood and platelet transfusions are primary functions of this clinic.
This four-week program is a multidisciplinary approach, combining pain psychology group and individual sessions with physical therapy in a coordinated approach to help the individual develop pain management skills. A pain psychologist leads sessions on a variety of topics, such as sleep improvement, depression and stress management.
This outpatient clinic is designed to meet the needs of oncology patients undergoing radiation treatments. The department contains radiation-producing equipment that is used in the external and internal application of ionizing radiation.