Nurse Giving Patient InjectionThe Ambulatory Infusion Center (AIC) provides infusion and injection services to patients with a wide variety of diagnoses including cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, anemia and infections requiring IV antibiotics. The AIC has a calm and relaxing atmosphere for patients to have their laboratory tests, chemotherapy, specialty infusions, blood transfusions and injections performed by highly-trained registered nurses. The infusion center also has registered nurses who are Oncology Nursing Society-certified in chemotherapy administration. All infusions and injections are prepared specifically for you according to the physician’s order at the time of your arrival, by our specialty-trained pharmacists.

Cheyenne Regional Cancer Center strives to make you as comfortable as possible during your infusion. Our infusion area was designed to create a calm, serene environment. The colors, lighting, artwork, proximity of restrooms and overall layout with windows for viewing the beautiful trees and landscaping, were all chosen with the patient experience in mind. We have 23 comfortable infusion recliners, each with their own individual television and extra seating for a guest. Private rooms are available if you require more privacy or need to rest in a bed during your treatment. The balcony attached to the infusion center is available for days when the weather is nice and you would like a change of scenery during your infusion.

A nursing assistant will take your vital signs and continually check in on you to make sure you are comfortable. For patients whose infusions will last more than two hours, meals can be ordered through the hospital’s cafeteria. Other members of our healthcare team, including chaplains, social workers and dietitians, are available to visit you during your treatment if you wish.