The Dignity Health Infusion Center is the optimum outpatient setting for infusion therapy. The center is convenient and comfortable, with all infusions being closely monitored by registered nurses.
Each infusion bay is equipped with a comfortable reclining chair for patients, with additional chairs for visitors and caregivers. The center has 18 private rooms to accommodate children and those with special needs.
The Dignity Health Infusion Center at CBCC is where patients come to receive a variety of services including chemotherapy, intravenous medications, blood transfusions, and hydration. Our specialized team is equipped to administer a wide range of infusion-based therapies well beyond those specific to cancer.
Infusion therapy may be needed when your condition cannot be treated effectively by pills or other oral medications. Most often, the drug is delivered directly into the veins by IV, but infusion therapy may also refer to situations in which medications are provided through intramuscular injections or epidural routes.
Conveniently located inside CBCC, the Dignity Health Infusion Center promises expert care in a comfortable, friendly setting.
Center amenities include:
For more information please call (661) 862-7157.
Our team of highly trained and certified oncology and chemotherapy nurses provides expert, compassionate care. Services include comprehensive assessments, ongoing consultations and collaboration with physicians, education for patients and their families on treatments, and unwavering emotional support.
All Dignity Health Infusion Center nurses are certified providers of chemotherapy and biotherapy. Additional Oncology Nursing Certification validates that stringent requirements have been met for enhanced knowledge and experience related to oncology care.
All medications are prepared on site by licensed pharmacists and pharmacy techs, allowing for quick preparation and turnaround times.
Expert care is delivered with human kindness at the Dignity Health Infusion Center at CBCC.
Chemotherapy and You:
Support for People With Cancer
Chemotherapy and You is for people who are about to receive or are now receiving chemotherapy for cancer. Family and friends may also want to read this booklet. This booklet is a guide you can refer to throughout your chemotherapy treatment. It includes facts about chemotherapy and its side effects. It highlights ways you can care for yourself before, during, and after treatment.
Questions and answers about chemotherapy. Answers common questions, such as what chemotherapy is and how it affects cancer cells.
Side effects and ways to manage them. Explains side effects and other problems that may result from chemotherapy. This section also has ways that you and your doctor or nurse can manage these side effects.
Tips for meeting with your doctor or nurse. Includes questions for you to think about and discuss with your doctor, nurse, and others involved in your cancer care.
Ways to learn more. Lists ways to get more information about chemotherapy and other topics discussed in this booklet - in print, online, and by telephone.
Talk with your doctor or nurse about what you can expect during chemotherapy. He or she may suggest that you read certain sections of this booklet or try some of the ways to manage side effects.