UHS Infusion Center
UHS Infusion Center offers IV and injectable treatments such as IV antibiotics, immune globulin, blood product infusion, chemotherapy and more at two convenient Twin Tiers locations – UHS Wilson Medical Center (six chairs) and UHS Binghamton General Hospital (four chairs). Extended hours – including Saturdays and Sundays at UHS Wilson Medical Center by appointment – make it easy to work an Infusion Center appointment into your day. Valet parking is available and you can watch TV while receiving your treatment.
Registered nurses provide compassionate care at both UHS Infusion Center locations. Patients can receive a wide variety of IV and injectable treatments prescribed by physicians, including
the administration of IV medications or antibiotics; Injectable allergy and asthma treatments; IV hydration; infusions of gastrointestinal, neurology and rheumatology treatments;infusion of immune globulin (IVIG), chemotherapy, biologics, blood and blood products; PICC line placement and treatment for bleeding disorders.
To establish service, contact your provider to verify if they are UHS-credentialed, and to obtain orders. Our staff will initiate your prior authorization, if required, and then contact you to schedule your first appointment. If you’re a new patient or a provider referring a patient, call (607) 763-5855.
Plan Your Appointment
Please plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time to allow adequate time for processing and preparing your medication. Remember to take any scheduled medications and eat prior to coming to the center unless otherwise directed by your provider. You can also bring your scheduled medications with you if you need to take them during your infusion. You can watch TV during your appointment, or bring a book, magazine or tablet to read. Free Wi-Fi is also available.
UHS offers two convenient Twin Tiers infusion center locations – UHS Wilson Medical Center and UHS Binghamton General Hospital:
Infusion Center at UHS Wilson Medical Center
33-57 Harrison Street
Johnson City, NY
Enter through the Baldwin Street entrance and turn left for the reception area (first door on the right).
Infusion Center at UHS Binghamton General Hospital
Enter through the main entrance, take the Memorial elevator to the second floor, follow signs to the Infusion Center (last door on the left).
The infusion center at UHS Binghamton General Hospital is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The infusion center can be reached by phone at 607-763-5855.
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