Infusion Center

Infusion Center


Our goal is to provide Infusion Services locally so our patients don’t have to travel long distances.  The Infusion Center was made possible through the generousity of Alex and Jane Boyd.

How does one become an infusion patient?

  • The patient’s provider calls us to discuss the patient’s therapy that they would like us to provide.  They then fax an order with diagnosis and/or diagnosis code, a data sheet, current office notes, and current labs, if pertinent.  Once this information is received it is faxed to the appropriate person for authorization/approval.
  • We make sure the provider’s office is aware that we cannot accept the patient until authorization is received.  Following receipt of authorization, the patient or care giver is contacted and an appointment is made.

What if a patient calls or presents with an order signed by an out-of-state provider?

  • We are unable to accept orders with out-of-state provider signatures.
  • We assist the patient in obtaining an Arizona licensed provider order.

If you have questions please call the Infusion Center at 928-668-1835

Our infusion nurse specialists and pharmacy team will work with your provider to discuss available treatments.  Below are examples of IV Therapies / medications we use and diagnoses we treat.

*Please note this is not an exhaustive list:

Diagnosis Examples:

  • Anemia
  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Cancer: We do not give primary Chemotherapy but we do give many medications that a patient might need during or after Chemotherapy
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Gullian Barre
  • Hydration/Electrolyte Replacement
  • Immune Deficiency
  • Infections requiring IV antibiotics – long or short term
  • Lupus
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Neutropenia
  • Osteoporosis
  • Rehydration
  • Renal Preparation

IV Therapy / Medication Examples:

  • Actemra
  • Benlysta
  • Cimzia
  • Electrolyte Replacement
  • Eligard
  • Epogen/Procrit
  • Faslodex
  • Herceptin
  • IVIG
  • Lovenox
  • Lupron
  • Neulasta
  • Neumega
  •  Neupogen
  •  Orencia
  • PICC lines placed at WCH
  • PICC lines removed
  • Port/PICC flushes
  • Port/PICC lab draws
  • Port/PICC sterile dressing changes
  • Prolia
  •  Reclast
  •  Remicade
  • Rituxan
  •  Sandostatin
  •  Tysabri
  •  Xolair
  •  Zometa