Infusion Center

Convenient and caring infusion therapy.

At the Palmetto Health Infusion Center, our highly trained care team provides personalized attention to each patient.

NCQA Patient-Centered Connected CareWith easy scheduling and genuine hospitality, we reduce patients’ anxiety, and each of our infusion suites provides comfortable chairs with personal blankets, Wi-Fi and snacks.

Serving Columbia, Lexington and the greater Midlands of South Carolina, our commitment to quality, individualized care and clinical excellence provides patients with a convenient, safe alternative for specialty drug infusion.

We recently were honored by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as the first infusion center in the United States to receive the Patient-Centered Connected Care recognition. Learn more »

Looking for infusion therapy in Sumter? Contact the Palmetto Health Tuomey Infusion Center »


Contact us

3010 Farrow Rd., Suite 110
Columbia, SC 29203

Phone: 803-434-3650
Fax: 803-434-5600
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.


Our services

Some of the treatment therapies we offer include:

  • Remicade (for ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis)
  • IV antibiotics and first dose monitoring
  • IV hydration
  • IV immune globulin (for immunodeficiency conditions)
  • Solumedrol
  • Prolia (for osteoporosis)
  • Iron replacement therapy
  • Blood products
  • Implanted port maintenance and blood draws

Patient appointments for these treatments are received through referrals from community physicians. For more information, call 803-434-3650.

Comprehensive care for sickle cell patients

Sickle cell anemia is an inherited condition that affects the ability of red blood cells to travel throughout the body and shortens the lifespan of the cells. People with sickle cell disease can experience life-threatening infections, extreme fatigue, and pain so debilitating they must visit an emergency room to obtain relief through treatment with intravenous (IV) pain medication and fluid hydration.
 
To help sickle cell patients age 18 and older better manage their chronic condition and reduce their need for emergency care, we provide a unique model of care that includes:

  • Helping patients access care when they need it
  • Coordinating and connecting patients to primary care
  • Educating and engaging patients, and their families, so they’re more involved in their care
  • Providing outpatient treatment for acute pain
  • An after-hours hotline

Our care team includes a family medicine physician and two nurse practitioners, as well as a hematologist, registered nurse care coordinator, psychologist and pharmacist.

To make an appointment, call the triage nurse at 803-434-3650. Physician referral is not required.

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