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Infusion Services

Receive Your Cancer Treatment at Valley Baptist

The Ambulatory Infusion Unit at Valley Baptist Medical Center—Harlingen is located in the East Tower on the second floor. To make an appointment, call (956) 389-4416.

Why Choose Our Cancer Infusion Center

  • High-quality infusion treatments delivered by experienced cancer care nurses who are chemo-certified
  • Experienced pediatric registered nurses to provide care for children who need chemotherapy
  • Patients receive services in comfortable recliners with dedicated TVs, warm blankets and pillows
  • Open for appointments seven days per week

Hours and Other Information

Monday–Sunday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., and by appointment

For pediatric patients, a parent or another responsible adult should plan to stay for the duration of his or her treatment.

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