Infusion Center

Day Hours
Monday 7:30am - 5pm
Tuesdays 7:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 5pm
Thursday 7:30am - 5pm
Friday 7:30am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 11am
Sunday 8am - 11am

The Infusion Center at Mountainside Medical Center offers the latest chemotherapy treatments, immunotherapy, hormone therapy, targeted therapy, supportive therapies, and other targeted therapies. Outpatient treatment is delivered in a compassionate, innovative, and progressive manner, and provides the best care close to home.

We are dedicated to your safety while being treated. Our highly experienced and specially trained nurses, physician,and pharmacists ,collaborate to provide you with the best care.

Supportive Services

The nurse navigator will meet with you to review your care plan and answer any questions you might have, and regularly check in with you to see how you feel. Our social worker will help you with any psychosocial needs you might encounter.  Our nutritionist will also help you manage your diet, so you feel as well as possible throughout your treatment.

We offer valet parking and free Wi-Fi access to our patients and visitors.

What is infusion therapy?

Infusion therapy is giving medication through a needle or catheter. It is generally ordered when a patient’s condition cannot be treated well with a pill. Typically, “infusion therapy” means that a drug is given directly into a vein, but the term may also refer to drugs that are given through other non-oral routes, such as injections.

Mountainside’s Infusion Center offers:

  • A wide range of advanced treatment options provided by utilizing evidence-based protocols to achieve the best outcomes that get you back to doing those things that bring joy to your life
  • A caring environment designed with your needs in mind. New, comfortable treatment chairs in private treatment areas where you can watch individual TV’s, access the wireless network or read. Snacks, drinks, lunches and warm blankets are made available.

To schedule an appointment, please call our Central Scheduling Office at 877-523-7787 (toll-free) or at 973-429-6066

Phone:

973-429-6066.

What to bring to make your treatment more comfortable

  • A warm blanket—We’ll have blankets for you. 
  • Water and your favorite snacks—We provide you with nourishments. Be sure to drink plenty of water. 
  • Hard candy—Sometimes treatment can cause dry mouth, so you might try ginger or lemon candies. These can also help with nausea. 
  • Lip balm—Sometimes treatment can cause chapped lips, and lip balm can help soothe them. 
  • Entertainment— We provide you with a television, books to read etc.  Please bring your headphones and your favorite playlists. You might also consider bringing something to read to help pass the time.
  • Phone/tablet/laptop—You can bring your personal devices.  Do not forget your charger.
  • Family/Caregivers/Friends—We allow you to have accompany. We encourage you to bring someone who can drive you to and from your treatment in case you feel exhausted. 

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