Southwest Memorial Hospital Infusion Clinic
Our infusion clinic provides a comfortable and safe alternative for those more active patients seeking privacy and convenience while receiving their infusion therapy.
Our clinic allows you to maintain healthy and active lifestyles, decrease your exposure to infections, and give you individual patient care to meet your specific needs. The clinic is designed to provide the utmost in comfort and convenience.
INFUSION PROVIDER FORMS: Click here for blood order form Click here for standing order form
The staff at Southwest Memorial Infusion Clinic consists of highly qualified and trained registered nurses, pharmacists, and physicians. Our infusion team will work closely with each individual patient to assess their progress. During visits, the patients will receive education from our staff about how to care for themselves during therapy to maximize their well being and health.
Southwest Memorial Infusion Clinic provides the following therapies:
- IV Antibiotic Therapy
- Hydration Therapy
- Infusion Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis, Osteoporosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Immuno-compromised patients.
- Anticoagulant Therapy
- Intra Muscular and Subcutaneous Injections
- Blood Product Transfusions
- Lab Draws
- Lab Draws from Central Lines and Peripheral Sites
- Vascular Access Device Care and Dressing Changes
- Biological Medications
- Allergy shots
*Infusion Services are available as ordered by your physician.
Our clinic hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 7:00am to 5:00pm. We are closed on Wednesdays. Weekends can be arranged if needed for your care. You can reach us at 970-564-2499 and our fax number is 970-564-2498. Please contact us to arrange services outside of regular business hours.
Our goal at Southwest Memorial Infusion Clinic is to provide personalized infusion care for our community!
Jamie Gleason-Hightower, RN and Linda Rule, RN
Marc J. Meyer R.Ph, BPharm, CIC, FAPIC 970-564-2194 email@example.com
Director of Pharmacy, Infection Prevention, Infusion Center and Antibiotic Stewardship