Chemotherapy (Medical Oncology) is an important option in our cancer-fighting strategies. Your doctor will prescribe the latest formulations of oral or intravenous chemotherapy drugs designed to target your specific cancer cells, always while striving to minimize side effects.
Adult patients can receive chemotherapy at one of our many locations in Central Florida, in a pleasant, outpatient setting. The open design allows cancer patients to interact and share their experiences with one another, reducing anxiety. The caring staff of RNs, LPNs, oncology certified nurses and oncology pharmacists help calm new patient concerns by providing one-on-one assistance before the first treatment. Nurses provide education and are always available to follow up with each patient.
Chemotherapy classes are offered for new patients and their families or a support person. The classes, taught by our nursing staff, are held Downtown at our Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) from 9:30 am to 10:30 am on Tuesdays, which include a tour of the center. The class is offered in Spanish from 10:00 am to 11:30 am on Wednesdays.
In addition to chemotherapy, our locations also provide a variety of blood-related services and products such as transfusions, platelets, clotting factors, fresh frozen plasma, and IV/fluid hydration.
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