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Outpatient Chemotherapy and Infusion Center

Sinai-Grace Hospital has a specialized outpatient infusion center focusing on chemotherapy and intravenous infusions for multiple diagnoses including cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease and multiple sclerosis.

The Outpatient Chemotherapy and Infusion Center is staffed by highly dedicated, compassionate nurses who are certified to treat oncology patients. Their high level of expertise in administering IVs and closely monitoring patients during treatment are important safeguards.

The Outpatient Chemotherapy and Infusion Center is located in the Sinai-Grace Cancer Center. To reach the center directly, call 313-966-4823.

Chemotherapy Services

The Outpatient Chemotherapy and Infusion Center at Sinai-Grace Hospital provides short-term infusion therapies. Our oncology certified nurses provide highly individualized, quality care in a comfortable setting. Patients are encouraged to bring family members and personal items from home to make the day more comfortable. We also offer personal televisions, treatment loungers, boxed lunches, free parking and access to other hospital amenities to make your visit as pleasant as possible.

Comprehensive, high-quality testing and treatment services include:

  • Chemotherapy protocols, including oral and intravenous medications
  • Blood transfusions
  • Intravenous infusions
  • Bone marrow biopsies
  • Antibiotic therapy
  • Therapeutic phlebotomies and hydration
  • Fine needle aspirations
  • Thoracentesis and paracentesis

What is Chemotherapy?

Chemotherapy uses drugs to treat cancer. The drugs can be swallowed in pill form or injected into a vein or muscle. The drugs circulate throughout the body to reach and destroy the cancer cells. Chemotherapy is an effective way to destroy any cancer cells that break off from the main tumor and travel in the bloodstream to lymph nodes or distant organs. Most types of chemotherapy kill cancer cells directly. Other drugs act by making the cells more vulnerable to radiation. Often the use of two or more drugs is more effective than a single drug.

For more information about DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital’s cancer services or a referral to a Sinai-Grace oncologist, call 313-966-4800.