What is infusion therapy?
Infusion therapy delivers a liquid directly into a patient's vein, rather than through the mouth. Infusion therapy is often provided as a medical treatment or is offered to offset side effects of other treatments.
Infusion therapies are most often used for patients undergoing
We offer many amenities to make your visits as relaxed as possible, including:
Comfortable, infusion bays private areas to receive your treatment; a friend or family member is welcome to stay with you
Entertainment options, including television
Delicious meals available for purchase from hospital room service
Option of using a reclining chair or bed during your infusion
Large waiting area for family and friends
Stem cell collection for bone marrow transplant patients
Administration of blood products
Urgent same day infusion therapy per clinic request
Home infusion pump disconnection
Chemotherapy and supportive therapies as adjunct care to the UW Carbone Cancer Center
Services are also provided at:
Unity Point Health-Meriter Infusion Center
Meriter Hospital, 2 Atrium
202 S. Park Street.
Madison, WI 53715
Mon-Fri, 8:00 AM-8:30 PM
Sat, Sun, Holidays, 8:00 AM-2:30 PM
Parking and transportation
University Hospital - Infusion Center
- 600 Highland Ave. / Madison, WI
- (608) 263-8369
- Closed now
When a patient needs intravenous (IV) medication for treatment, UW Health has dedicated nurses and pharmacists who specialize in infusion therapy.
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