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Infusion Therapy Services

Chemotherapy and infusion therapy close to home

Interior view of the Infusion therapy office at Prowers Medical Center with armchairs and tables for patients receiving treatment

Having local doctors oversee your outpatient chemotherapy, or other infusion therapy, saves you the expense and time of travelling out of town for care, helping you maintain your daily routine, with the comfort of family and friends nearby. Our certified team of experts administer a variety of medications and chemotherapeutic agents in a comfortable and relaxing environment five days a week, with weekend and evening hours available from our medical surgical department.

We offer nearly all infusion therapies here at Prowers Medical Center that are available in larger, urban facilities, including infusions for advanced diabetes, kidney and liver issues, MS, lupus, Crohn’s disease and more, along with IV antibiotics, transfusions, hydration and injection services. The hospital is happy to coordinate with regional oncologists and other physicians to administer infusion therapy. With a doctor’s order in hand, simply call and get an appointment to start treatment.

Services provided

  • Blood and blood product transfusions

  • Antibiotics

  • Chemotherapy

  • Hydration therapy

  • Iron infusions

  • Injections
  • Port maintenance

  • Biological agents for RA, Lupus, Crohn’s disease, and other autoimmune disorders

  • Osteoporosis treatments

  • Education on medications and self-care

Contact Us

8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday
After hours care available
(719) 336-4343, extension  3604
401 Kendall Drive, Lamar

“Having a full-service infusion department at Prowers Medical Center makes it more convenient for patients. They don’t have to dedicate three to four hours a day driving somewhere else for care, and they can have people they know at their side. Often there is a lot of chatter between patients, as they learn from and support each other.”

– Christine Laird, RN, with Infusion Services.