INFUSION THERAPY

Decatur County Hospital offers short and long-term Infusion Therapy Services. Whether you are being treated for infection, cancer, or another illness, the DCH infusion department offers quality services

We provide various types of infusion treatment, including but not limited to, the following:

  • Chemotherapy
  • Administration of IV Antibiotics and other medications
  • Hydration therapy
  • Blood Transfusions
  • First dosing of antibiotics
  • Calcium release inhibitors
  • Anti–rejection medication

APPOINTMENTS

Infusion Therapy offers flexible scheduling Monday through Friday, with added availability on weekends as needed. This flexibility will allow you to maintain your normal routine with appointments at times convenient for you. When referred to the Infusion Clinic, all aspects of your care are coordinated with your health care provider.

Your healthcare provider can order your therapy through our Infusion Department. Once the Infusion department has been notified of your referral, a staff member will call you and schedule the time and date of your infusion

OUR TEAM

DCH Infusion Team includes your healthcare provider, registered nurses, pharmacist, pharmacy tech, and laboratory staff. Our team has advanced education to provide the most qualified and experienced care to you and your family. Specially trained registered nurses will administer your infusion therapy with compassionate, personalized care in a relaxed and comfortable setting.

For more information about infusion therapy at DCH contact 641-446-4871.

Brandi Oesch, RN, Surgery Director

Brandi Oesch

RN, Surgery Director

Julie Benda, RN

Julie Benda

RN

Raven Perkins, RN

Raven Perkins

RN

Christel Wehling, RN

Cristel Wehling

RN

Elise Wells, RN

Elise Wells

RN, BSN

Cheri Yoder, RN, BSN

Cheri Yoder

RN, BSN

WHAT OUR PATIENTS ARE SAYING

A testimonial from Bonnie Clark reads: "I've never had a bad experience at the hospital. Every person in every department is always so great. I am so lucky I didn't have to travel far from home to get treatment."