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Infusion Center

Our Infusion Center offers a convenient option for patients requiring infusion therapies or treatments.

IV Therapy at the Infusion Center

Infusion therapy, or IV therapy, is often recommended for a variety of digestive conditions, such as Crohn’s disease. It is a cost-effective, comfortable and safe alternative for those who need treatment but don’t require home health visits or inpatient hospital admissions.

Conveniently located on the second floor of our Camp Hill location, Jackson Siegelbaum’s Infusion Center provides a pleasant atmosphere and care from competent and professional staff.

Our highly-trained staff, including the infusion nurse specialist, provide care as prescribed by your physician and maintain close coordination and communication with your physician throughout the course of treatment.

Patients receive IV therapies in a peaceful, pleasant environment and take advantage of several amenities including:

  • Recliner chairs
  • Snacks
  • Complimentary beverages
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Tablets available

 

Our infusion suite was designed with your comfort in mind. During your treatment, relax in a recliner and access our free Wi-Fi.

Frequently Asked Questions about Infusion Therapy

What is infusion or IV therapy?

Infusion therapy is the intravenous (IV) administration of medication. IV meds are generally prescribed by a physician when a patient’s condition or disease state cannot effectively be treated by conventional therapies or oral medications. Also, some medications are only able to be delivered intravenously to treat a disease. Learn more about infusion therapy at Jackson Siegelbaum.

What is injection therapy?

An injection or shot is a method of delivering medication by inserting fluid into the body through a needle and syringe. Common types of injections include intramuscular (IM) injections and subcutaneous (Sub Q) injections. An intramuscular injection is administered directly into a muscle and a subcutaneous injection is administered just beneath the skin.

Who will answer my questions about my treatment?

Our experienced team of infusion nurses are qualified to answer your questions about infusion therapy. Your prescribing physician can also answer your questions.

What should I bring with me to an infusion therapy appointment?

For the registration process, please bring the following items to your appointment:

  • Form of identification (driver’s license)
  • Insurance cards
  • List of the medications you take at home
  • Copy of your advance directive (if you have one)
  • Any medications you will need to take during the time you are at the Infusion Center (take your medications as prescribed by your physician)
  • Any dietary items to accommodate special dietary needs

How long will I be at the Infusion Center?

Treatment times vary according to what medication you will be receiving. Please ask your physician or our infusion nurse specialist for an approximate treatment time frame.

What should I wear to my infusion therapy appointment?

Please wear comfortable clothing with easy access to start your intravenous therapy. Also, it is sometimes cool in the infusion suite, so wear clothes that will keep you warm. We also have warm blankets available.

May I bring my laptop, tablet or other electronic device?

Yes. We provide free wireless internet access for our patients.  We have tablets available for those who do not have an electronic device or for those who would like to view Netflix for entertainment.

What should I do if I need to reschedule my appointment?

If you just need to reschedule your appointment, please call 717-525-6467 between 7:30 am and 3:30 pm.

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