The Outpatient Services Center offers a wide variety of infusion services in our brand new rooms. Our experienced team of nurses help make you feel comfortable while you receive your treatment.
The medical team works with a diverse population of patients, such as:
- Patients with blood disorders, like hemophilia
- Patients requiring intravenous antibiotics and injectable medications
- Other patients who require intravenous treatments, but are not hospitalized
Service and Treatment Specialties
- Central line catheter care
- Hydration therapy
- Intravenous therapies (many types)
- IV antibiotic therapy
- Iron infusions
- Transfusions of blood products
- Intramuscular Injections
- Subcutaneuos Injections
- Wireless Internet Access
- Private rooms for infusion privacy
- Warm blankets
- Cable televisions
- Visitors are welcome, but please no children unless being treated
- Friendly staff and experiences nurses
Infusions are offered Monday - Thursday from 8 am to 4:30 pm and Friday from 8 am to 3 pm, and same day appointments may be available.
To schedule an appointment, call 662.846.2895.
When arriving for your appointment, please remember to bring the following:
- A physician's order
- Insurance information
- Advance directives (if applicable)
- Specialized dietary needs (if applicable)
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Outpatient Services Center?
We are located on the 1st floor in the hospital, right past the lobby.
Who do I call if I need to change my appointment?
If you just need to change the time or date of your appointment, please call 662.846-2258. It is best to keep your appointments as close to scheduled times as possible in order to prevent a delay in treatment.
What should I bring with me?
You need to bring a form of identification (driver’s license) and insurance cards for our registration area. Also, please bring a list of the medications you take at home, a copy of your advance directive (if you have one), and any medications that you will need to take during the time you are here. Take your medications as prescribed by your doctor. If you have special dietary needs or will be here all day, you can bring dietary items with you. We also supply snacks and complimentary coffee and tea is available in the cafeteria all day. If you are on oxygen, please make sure to bring enough oxygen with you to last through the duration of your treatment.
How long will I be at the Infusion Center?
Treatment times vary according to what medication you will be receiving as ordered by your doctor. Please ask your doctor how long your treatment will take. This will be an approximate time as multiple factors are involved.
Can I have visitors?
Yes, family and friends are welcome, although it is not an appropriate setting for small children. Out of respect for our other patients, please limit the number of visitors who come with you.
Can I drive myself home after my treatment?
Although most patients will be able to drive themselves home, it is a good idea to have someone bring you on your first visit.
What should I wear?
Please wear comfortable clothing with easy access to start your intravenous therapy. Also, it is sometimes cool in the Center, so wear clothes that will keep you warm. We also have warm blankets available.
I have many questions regarding my treatment. Who will be able to answer my questions?
There is an experienced team of RNs, all of whom are qualified to answer your questions. We will refer you to your physician for any other questions.
Where can I park?
There is plenty of parking available at the hospital. The best place to park is in front of registration, directly in front of the hospital entrance.