Treatment rooms at Sipe Infusion Center are designed to promote a comfortable, relaxed setting for patients.
The Sipe Infusion Center is an integral part of St. Clair Hospital’s cancer program. Designed to meet patients’ needs in a comfortable, relaxed, environment the unit is equipped with four private rooms and eleven treatment chairs.
The center is used by patients being treated with chemotherapy, blood transfusions and injections for various ailments. Our experienced Infusion Center team consists of registered nurses who have received specialized education and training in cancer care, including certifications in oncology, infusion therapy, critical care and medical-surgical care. The staff consistently receives high satisfaction ratings from patients and their families for their excellent care.
The Sipe Infusion Center is named after Dennis J. "Denny" and Carol Sipe of Pittsburgh, who made a generous gift to St. Clair Hospital Foundation to help fund the construction. Each treatment chair in the 4,900-square-feet center has its own flat panel TV and patients also have access to the Internet. Click here (PDF) to read about the opening of the Sipe Infusion Center.
The Infusion Center delivers individualized care in services that include:
Hours of operation
- Mondays through Saturdays – 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
- Patients also have the option to make special arrangements to receive care after hours or on Sundays.
For more information, please call the Sipe Infusion Center at 412.942.3550.
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