WVU Cancer Institute Opens New Center

new 1,400-square-foot clinic will include six new infusion bays

By HFT Editorial Staff
January 14, 2022

Through the partnership of the WVU Cancer Institute and WVU Medicine Potomac Valley Hospital, cancer patients in Mineral County, West Virginia, will soon be able to receive cancer treatments locally at the hospital’s new center.

The new centerwill officially open to patients in January. Within the new facility, patients will be able to receive blood transfusions, chemotherapy infusions, hematology services, IV therapy infusions, and other infusion services for patients with chronic conditions.

The new 1,400-square-foot clinic will include six new infusion bays. There will be two types of bays within the center – private bays and communal bays for patients that desire support and interaction with other patients during the infusion process.




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