Infusion Center in Reston
At Reston Hospital Center, we know a comfortable and positive atmosphere contributes to your healing. That’s why we designed our Infusion Center to be an environment where our patients can receive high-quality, personalized outpatient infusion therapy as an advanced method of treatment for cancer.
To schedule an appointment for outpatient infusion therapy, please call (703) 639-9559.
Reston Hospital's highly skilled oncology nursing team—including oncology certified nurses (OCN)—uses the latest technology to deliver top-notch, compassionate care. Whether you come to our Infusion Center as part of our cancer care services or for other health reasons, your infusion therapy takes place in a bright, inviting, spa-like environment that allows for close observation from our cancer care specialists.
As our guiding principle, we strive to maintain your and your family's physical and emotional well-being while you receive infusion treatment, whether the treatment is on a short- or long-term basis.
Our Infusion Center offers:
- Comfortable reclining chairs
- Individual flat-screen televisions with cable TV
- Access to a private room with a stretcher/bed
- Light snacks and beverages
- Access to educational materials and books
Infusion services we offer
Our infusion therapies and treatments include:
- Biological response modifiers (biotherapy)
- Iron infusion
- Hydration therapy
- Monoclonal antibodies
- Blood product administration
- Reclast® (zoledronic acid) infusions to treat or prevent osteoporosis and treat Paget's disease
- Remicade® (infliximab) infusions to treat rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn's disease
- Xolair® (omalizumab) injections to reduce asthma attacks
- Blood draw
- Central venous line catheter care
Chemotherapy, biotherapy and immunotherapy
Chemotherapy and biotherapy–sometimes described as medical oncology–use powerful medications to treat cancer by destroying cells or stopping them from growing. These medications can be delivered in several ways, including through an IV, orally in liquid or pill form or injected directly into the body.
Immunotherapy may also be used to provide medication that stimulates a person's own immune system to destroy cancer cells and can be administered through the same methods as chemotherapy and biotherapy.
These types of infusion therapies are used to cure cancer, keep cancer from spreading, slow the cancer's growth and relieve cancer symptoms. Combining them with other treatments, such as surgery or radiation therapy, helps eliminate remaining cancer cells.
Infusion therapy appointments
Talk to your doctor about referring you to our Infusion Center for outpatient therapy, then call (703) 639-9559 to schedule your infusion appointment.
The Infusion Center is open Mon - Fri: 8am - 4:30pm. We are located in suite 412 of the Pavilion at Reston Hospital Center.