Patients receive infusion therapy in a state-of-the-art suite in a relaxed and controlled environment. The lighting is soothing with plenty of natural light coming from the windows throughout the room. All restrooms are handicap accessible and within the same room. Wi-Fi is available for all patients to utilize their laptops or iPads. Every accommodation is made to work with our patients’ scheduling needs. Blankets and refreshments are also available.
To ensure that your treatment at Infusion and Immunotherapy Center of South Florida goes as smoothly and comfortably as possible,
please review the following guidelines:
It is important to come into your treatment well hydrated. If you have a condition that prevents you from drinking large amounts of fluid, consult with your healthcare practitioner for further instructions.
Some infusions require being pre-medicated prior to treatment. Check with the infusion staff regarding any pre-medications you need to take prior to your infusion, the dose, and the best time to take the medications.
You will want to be comfortable during your infusion. It is likely that your vital signs will be monitored during your infusion. As a general rule, loose-fitting clothing allows the medical staff to easily and properly monitor your vital signs.
If your body temperature easily fluctuates, consider wearing several layers to allow for temperature control. Every attempt will be made to ensure that the temperature of the infusion center will be kept at a comfortable temperature. However, throughout your infusion, you may find the temperature to be too warm or too cold. Having layers of clothing or a sweater will allow you the flexibility to easily control your comfort zone.
The infusion center will provide blankets, pillows, water, and assorted snacks. If you would like to bring along a particular snack please do so to make your therapy session more comfortable. Granola bars and similar snacks will be available.
Please be mindful of other patients, as they may be allergic to certain scents.
Some examples are your current medications, allergies, and emergency contact information for the infusion staff to add to your chart.
If you are experiencing any cold or flu like symptoms prior to your infusion, please let the staff know prior to your infusion.
List of Medications We Use