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The Mercy Infusion Center – David C. Pratt Cancer Center Suite 3225 provides short- and long-term infusion therapy to patients in a relaxed, comfortable setting. It is conveniently located and easily accessible from Highway 64 and Highway 270.
Mercy Infusion Center at David C. Pratt Cancer Center has a specially trained staff of physicians, nurses, cancer navigators, pastoral care, dietitians and social services. It also offers direct pharmacy access and advanced safety enhancements to ensure that the right doses of medicine are given at the right times to the right patient.
The Center is designed to provide therapy to patients who do not require hospitalization, who may not qualify for home care services or who just prefer the ease and convenience of an outpatient location for their infusion needs.
Patients may bring a friend with them to their infusion treatment, but children under the age of 12 are not allowed in the treatment room to prevent exposure to hazardous drugs.
Learn about the method of applying a cold cap (that has been in a freezer) on a patient's head to prevent them from losing their hair after a chemotherapy infusion.
At Mercy, we offer compassionate care for a variety of treatment services, including: