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Infusion Therapy Services

Our team of specially trained nurses provide infusion therapy as directed by a patient's physician. All services are delivered within a comfortable and compassionate atmosphere conveniently located in St. Francis-Emory Healthcare.

Your physician’s office should schedule your appointment by calling 706-596-4294.

Exceptional Care With Your Comfort And Privacy In Mind

St. Francis Infusion Center provides exceptional infusion therapy services that combine advanced technology with knowledgeable, well-trained staff focused on patient comfort and privacy. Our vision of a total healing environment is reflected in the care each patient receives from our experienced Infusion Center experts who are guided by orders from each patient’s physician.

Our Services Include

  • IV medication administration and injections
  • Chemotherapy
  • Blood Transfusions
  • Central venous access device maintenance (PICCs and Implanted Ports)
  • Therapeutic phlebotomy
  • Hydration
  • Disease-specific specialty drug therapy (Crohn’s Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, MS, Osteoporosis, Autoimmune Disease

Before, During and After

What You Should Wear

  • Wear loose-fitting clothing
  • Please do not wear cologne or perfume as other patients may be allergic or sensitive to fragrances.

What To Bring

  • Food and beverages are welcome, especially if you will be at the infusion center for an extended period of time
  • A sweater or small blanket if you tend to get cold
  • Any medication you need
  • Entertainments, including games, books, or laptops

When You Arrive

  • Please check in when you arrive and then have a seat. We will call you when we are ready to serve you.
  • Please turn off your cellphone or put them on vibrate. If you make calls, thank you for keeping them brief and your voice low.
  • Please do not stop or reset the IV pumps. Always ask for assistance from our staff

After Your Visit

  • Keep your scheduled appointment with your physician and let them know about any adverse reactions or other problems that may occur after you leave our care.