The UVM Health Network—CVPH Infusion Center is a part of our FitzPatrick Cancer Center (FCC).
The FCC is accredited by the American College of Surgeons, the nationally recognized cancer accrediting agency as a community comprehensive cancer center. This status is reserved for only those centers that meet the rigid requires including the comprehensiveness of services, education of staff and the quality of care provided.
Our compassionate and highly trained nurses are certified in giving chemotherapy and biotherapy infusions. Your health and healing are our top priority. If there is anything you need during your infusion please don’t hesitate to ask your nurse.
Outpatient infusion services we provide:
- Blood Transfusions
- IV Hydration
Access to our Registered Dietician & Nutritional Snacks
In addition to the latest blood transfusion and chemotherapy treatment protocols, the FCC’s Infusion Center and our volunteers provide patients who are in the Center for an extended period of time a nutritious lunch.
Charlotte Gosrich, Registered Dietician, works exclusively with the FCC. She meets with patients and provides nutritional support. Most recently, Charlotte worked with our Nutritional Services team to come up with a new lunch menu that features options that are nutritious, high in protein and provide valuable fuel needed during long hours in the infusion chair.
Please register upon arrival
Enter the FitzPatrick Cancer Center (FCC) main entrance. Once you’ve entered the building, continue down the hallway. You’ll need to check in at the FCC registration desk. The FCC is down the hallway on your right. After you check-in, one of our Infusion Center Nurses will come get you.
The Infusion Center is located past the FCC. Take a right at the end of the hallway, go up the slight incline and the FCC Infusion Center door will be straight in front of you.
Due to the use of the chemotherapy drugs in the Infusion Center, we ask that anyone accompanying you during your treatment be 16 years or older.