EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – An infusion center has opened in Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare to provide cancer patients with chemotherapy, IV antibiotics, and other complementary intravenous treatments for patients.
The Las Palmas Del Sol Infusion Center is located in the Las Palmas Medical Center at 1801 N. Oregon St.
“Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare is committed to providing the highest levels of care to patients throughout the El Paso and vicinity, and we are pleased to offer additional support to patients who require additional medication or other fluids during their treatment regimen,” said Don Karl, Chief Executive Officer of the Las Palmas Medical Center. “This center in Las Palmas Medical Center offers patients the latest infusion therapies, innovative clinical studies and specialized treatments for gynecological diseases.”
The infusion center is looked after by a team of certified oncology nurses and specially trained specialists. The center’s facilities include comfortable and personalized infusion stations and televisions, as well as painting and drawing utensils to pass the time during therapy.
The center also offers chemotherapy, biotherapy and immunotherapy, IV antibiotics, iron replenishment therapies, fluid and electrolyte replenishment, and supportive medications.
A women’s oncology center is attached to the infusion center, helping to provide comprehensive care to the patients who need them. The oncology center offers treatment options for ovarian cancer, endometrial / uterine cancer, cervical cancer, vulvar and vaginal cancer, trophoblastic pregnancy diseases and pre-invasive diseases. The medical and surgical services offered include complex pelvic and abdominal surgery, minimally invasive robotic surgery, immunotherapy, intraperitoneal chemotherapy as well as genetic and pathological examinations.
For more information on the services available from Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare, please visit LPDSHealthcare.com.
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