Loma Linda University Cancer Center Expands with new Infusion Center

The new infusion center was redesigned out of a vacated surge space.

By HFT Staff
February 8, 2023

Loma Linda University Cancer Center expanded its infusion center, doubling the number of patients the care teams can provide services to. As a result, more patients will be able to receive supportive care at the Cancer Center to treat symptoms and undesirable side effects from the treatment, including blood transfusions, hydrations, and other treatments. 

As part of the expansion, LLU Cancer Center re-designed the former surge space from the hospital’s older emergency department, which was left vacant after the department relocated to the Carol and Dennis Troesh Medical Campus. This new infusion center holds 18 private rooms tailored to cancer patients’ needs and sits same-floor adjacent to 18 existing bays in the Cancer Center’s infusion center. 

Demand for the Cancer Center’s services has continued to increase in recent years, often placing staff in a balancing act of space and resources to meet our patient’s needs. The expansion allows care team members more flexibility in scheduling last-minute appointments for patients with cancer to receive supportive care measures to help manage symptoms as they arise. 

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