The Infusion Center

Comfortable Medication Administration

Our skilled team administers intravenous medications with compassion. We strive to make the road to recovery as smooth, comfortable and stress-free as possible.

The Infusion Center provides intravenous (IV) therapies and treatments. Your doctor might prescribe infusion therapy to treat and manage certain diseases when oral medications are no longer possible or effective.

Hours and Contact Information

Located on the second floor of Evangelical Community Hospital, directly across the hall from One Day Surgery, the Infusion Center serves patients weekdays from 8 am to 4 pm.

To contact The Infusion Center, or for more information, please call 570-522-2654. The Center’s fax number is 570-522-2653.

Intravenous Medications and Treatments

  • Blood and Platelet Transfusions
  • IV Hydration and Fluid Replacement
  • IV Antibiotics
  • Osteoperosis/Osteopenia Treatments:
    • IV Administration of Reclast (for osteoporosis and osteopenia)
    • IV Administration of Boniva (for osteoporosis)
    • SQ Administration of Prolia (for osteoporosis)
  • IV Administration of Zometa
  • IV Administration of Prolastin (for Alpha 1 patients)
  • Multiple Sclerosis Treatments:
    • IV Solumedrol
    • First Dose Gilenya monitoring
    • IV Tysabri
  • IV Administration of Remicade (for Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis)
  • IV Administration of Iron
  • IV Administration of Enzyme Deficiency Treatments (ie. Fabrazyme)
  • IV Administration of Intravenous Gamma Globulin (IVIG)
  • Implanted Port Flushes (regular and power ports)
  • Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) placements
  • Mid-line Catheter placements
  • Blood drawing from Implanted Ports and Venous Access Devices
  • Venous Access Device dressing changes
  • Alteplase declotting of Venous Access Devices
  • BCG and Mitomycin Bladder Instillations
  • Cosyntropin Stimulation Test
  • IM Administration of Sandostatin, Vitamin K and Lupron Depot
  • SQ Administration of Procrit, Aranesp, Neupogen, Zoladex, Neumega, Neulasta
  • Lovenox Bridging
  • IV Administration of Krystexxa (for refractory Gout)