North Cypress Chemotherapy and Infusion Center is an ambulatory infusion center located in North Cypress Professional Building I, Suite 140, providing outpatient IV therapy seven days a week from 7:30am to 4:30pm on weekdays and 8:00am to 12:00pm on weekends and holidays. We offer a complete infusion center with treatment rooms and a pharmacy. By providing an RN staff specially trained in vascular access and state-of-the art infusion devices, the North Cypress Chemotherapy and Infusion Center is committed to providing quality care.

How does it work?

Once a physician referral is received, the patient is seen in the center by one of our specially trained nurses. Patients are instructed on self-infusion and must return periodically for re-assessment and follow-up. Ambulatory infusion centers help patients who qualify by alleviating the patient with cost of home nursing while still providing the patient with high quality infusion services. This service also allows the patient to carry on with a normal life. Onsite IV administration is also available for patients requiring monitored infusions, thus eliminating inpatient hospital services.

Services and benefits:

  • Full onsite infusion center (treatment rooms and pharmacy)
  • Expertise in all types of Vascular Access Management
  • State-of-the-art infusion devices
  • Onsite, monitored infusion of "first doses"
  • Alleviation of hospital and ER visits
  • 24 / 7 RN and Pharmacist on call

Who requires infusion therapy?

Medical conditions treated can include the following:

  • Infections of all kinds:
    • Respiratory
    • Urinary Tract
    • Soft-tissue
    • Post-operative Infections
    • Pneumonia
  • Cancer treatment / chemotherapy, monoclonals
  • Immune / Enzyme deficiencies
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Rheumatoid and other classes of arthritis
  • Chronic anemia
  • Iron deficiencies

What types of medications are administered?

By far, the majority of IV therapies administered are IV antibiotics, prescribed primarily for such diagnoses as cellulitis, sepsis, and osteomyelitis; other diagnoses include urinary tract infections, pneumonia, and sinusitis. Other major IV therapies include chemotherapy, total parenteral nutrition, hydration therapy, pain management, enteral nutrition, dobutamine, and other therapies. For more information about North Cypress Chemotherapy and Infusion Center, call (832) 912-3850.