Hematology & Infusion Center
Hematology & Infusion Center

Upper Sandusky Hematology & Infusion Center

Treatment for Cancers & Blood Disorders

The hematology and infusion center at Wyandot Memorial Hospital provides treatment for patients with various cancers and blood disorders, as well as other conditions that can be treated through infusion. The center is run by a team of skilled nurses and medical professionals who strive to create a warm, comfortable environment where approximately 9,000 procedures are performed annually.

If this is your first time visiting an infusion center, our staff will guide you through the process. Receiving infusion is a generally simple process. In most cases, all you have to do is sit in a comfortable chair while the medication travels into your veins through an IV. Duration of treatment varies based on the purpose for the infusion.

What is Infusion Therapy?

Infusion therapy is the administration of medication directly into the bloodstream. It is more effective and faster acting than oral medication, which is why it is generally only used to treat more complex conditions. Chemotherapy is a treatment administered through infusion therapy. Infusion therapy is also commonly used to treat patients suffering from dehydration, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and anemia.