Providence Infusion Pharmacy

Our Infusion Therapy team provides a variety of medical infusions, either in the comfort of the patient's home or in one of four conveniently located infusion suites. Evening and weekend appointments are available as needed.

Providence infusion therapy nurses have advanced IV training and help patients feel at ease with therapy, monitor their progress, report to their doctor and coordinate supply needs. Highly trained pharmacists work with nurses and referring providers to manage the therapy and meet each patient's individual needs.

Infusion services include:

  • Antibiotics, antivirals and antifungals
  • Biotech/specialty medications
  • Subcutaneous immunoglobulin
  • Hydration
  • Total parenteral nutrition (TPN)
  • Pain management
  • Chemotherapy
  • Peripheral and central line maintenance

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  • Providence Health & Services Oregon Applying for URAC Specialty Pharmacy Accreditation

    Providence Health & Services Oregon announced today that it is applying for Specialty Pharmacy accredication from URAC, a Washington, DC-based health care accrediting organization that establishes quality standards for the health care industry. Learn more
  • Providence receives grant to expand Palliative Care Program

    With help from a Cambia Health Foundation grant, Providence Medford Medical Center is expanding its palliative care program to provide the full continuum of care. The interdisciplinary team is led by Medical Director Susan Kohler, M.D., and consists of a palliative care nurse practitioner, case managers and spiritual care chaplains. Providence currently offers palliative care on an inpatient and outpatient basis. The grant provides funding to expand the program and to help educate patients, families and physicians on the value of this extra support.

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  • Pilot program offers relief for chemo patients

    Chemotherapy infusion patients in Hood River can now meet with a pharmacist during each treatment, thanks to a new pilot program aimed at improving patient safety and reducing medication side effects. A $20,000 grant from Cardinal Health to Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital supports the program, which is also expected to reduce health care costs overall for these patients.

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  • Providence workers aid patient's son after fire

    Providence Hood River employees stepped forward to help a patient with more than medical needs.

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