The Western Reserve Hospital Infusion Center offers highly-trained and courteous healthcare professionals to provide convenient, comfortable care. Our patient-centered approach ensures your specific treatment needs will be met from the moment you arrive until the time you leave. Our nurses are specially trained and certified in drug infusions and chemotherapy/biotherapy administration and we have a physician onsite. Our exceptionally clean facility is well maintained to reduce the risk of infections. Our prompt lab services provide timely information for both patients and attending physicians, so we can conveniently monitor your progress and tailor your treatment as needed. We also have a financial counselor available for any concerns you may have. In addition, a concierge prescription medication service is available from which you can have medication delivered directly to you during your visit. If you have any questions about appointments, treatments, procedures or other services available to you during your visit, simply ask one of our healthcare professionals for assistance.
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.To schedule an appointment, call (330) 971-7565
Blood Product Transfusions
Bone Marrow Aspiration and Biopsies
Chemotherapy / Biotherapy
Central PICC line Dressing changes
Electrolytes (magnesium; potassium; other)
Epoetin Alpha (Procrit)
Immune Globulin Infusions
Therapeutic Injections (B12, Lovenox)
PICC & Midline Insertions
Stay on the job with free WiFi access while you wait. Snacks are available upon request. Meals are provided for treatments lasting longer than four (4) hours.
Our onsite pharmacy can fill and deliver home going prescriptions while you receive treatment so you have your medication ready when you leave. A pharmacist can also visit you to advise on any medications you receive and answer any questions you might have.
As part of the American Cancer Society Road to Recovery program, we provide transportation for cancer patients who do not have a ride or are unable to drive themselves to and from treatment. Volunteer drivers donate their time and the use of their car so that patients can receive the life-saving treatments they need. A gas reimbursement program is also available via the American Cancer Society to assist in the cost of traveling to and from treatment appointments.