Oncology Infusion

"I have the privilege of working with and managing the most compassionate and knowledgeable oncology nurses that I have ever seen. Not only are they highly skilled, but you can see and feel the compassion they have for their patients and co-workers in all they do."
–Rochelle White, RN, OCN, Oncology Infusion Team Manager

Chemo. One simple word can bring to mind a barrage of frightening images. But along with other advances in cancer treatment, chemotherapy has also evolved. If chemo is a part of your treatment plan, then you’ll discover that PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center’s Oncology Infusion Center offers patients the best of both worlds – high-tech therapies and high-touch delivery.

At the Oncology Infusion Center, we’ve created a warm, safe space for patients to relax while receiving infusions. Experienced oncology-certified nurses administer the strictly regulated chemotherapy treatments you need while specially trained volunteers provide the comfort you want - a cozy blanket, snacks and good company. Your treatments may even be administered in a private room. And of course, your loved ones are always welcome.

We provide a variety of services at the Oncology Infusion Center for patients fighting cancer and other health issues.

Location and Hours

Regional Cancer Center: Oncology Infusion (Chemotherapy)
505 NE 87th Ave., Suite 350
Vancouver, WA 98668
360-514-2565

Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Weekends and holidays: Emergency services, including infusions and radiation oncology services
24-hour on-call nursing triage

 
Oncology Infusion is licensed as part of PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. Patients seeking care at this hospital-based clinic may receive a separate billing for a facility-fee. This fee could result in higher out-of-pocket expenses for patients.

Our infusion services include:
  • Chemotherapy, along with a wide range of specialized infusions (Crohn's disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, autoimmune diseases, etc.)
  • Antibiotic, iron/ferrlecit infusions and antibiotics delivered by easily portable CADD pump
  • Blood product transfusions and plasma aphaeresis (removal and transfusion) with the American Red Cross
  • PICC line placements and ultrasound-guided PICC line placements
  • Central line port access management
  • Supportive care for pregnancy-induced nausea and vomiting
Specialized therapies include:
  • Therapeutic phlebotomies
  • Anti-coagulation therapy
  • Cortisol stimulation testing
  • Immune globulin