Infusion & Cancer Care in Juneau County
Our Team is By Your Side Every Step of the Way
The Infusion and Cancer Care Department provides chemotherapy treatments
and other specialty services that are coordinated with a patient’s
oncologist and primary care providers.
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is never easy. Mile Bluff's cancer care
program addresses many of the physical and emotional needs of patients
and their families as they work towards recovery. Whatever support is
needed, Mile Bluff's team will go above and beyond to deliver the
best care possible.
Services for Mile Bluff cancer patients include:
- Chemotherapy administration
- Cancer screening and testing
- Therapeutic infusions
- Symptom and pain management
- Dietary referral/nutrition support
- Vascular access device care
- Social services
- Hospice referral
- Palliative care
- Wigs, scarves and hats
- 'Look Good... Feel Better®' program for female cancer patients
- Oncologist visits at UW Health Specialty Clinic (located in Mile Bluff Clinic)
- Rice bags and blankets (for comfort)
In addition to standard cancer treatments and services, the department
also offers a variety of outpatient infusion services. Infusion and injection
services are available to treat conditions such as allergies, iron deficiency,
Crohn's disease, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis and more.
Infusion services available at Mile Bluff:
- Antibiotic treatments
- Allergy injections
- iron supplements
- blood products
- rheumatology (joints)
- nephrology (kidney disease)
- gastroenterology (digestive system)
What to Expect as an Infusion & Cancer Care Patient
Treatments are provided in private rooms that include comfortable treatment
chairs, television sets, Wi-Fi, private restrooms, and windows with a
view. In addition, there are often iPads available for patients to use
during treatments. Room service is also available for those who need something
to eat during extended treatments.
Schedule Your Appointment with a Physician’s Referral
Cancer care and infusion appointments at Mile Bluff are available between
8 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday. If you are traveling in the area,
you can also receive treatments, with prior notice from your primary care provider.
Mile Bluff's team of registered nurses work closely with patients'
primary care providers, oncologists and surgeons, as well as hospital
pharmacists, to provide the best individualized care possible. For details
about Mile Bluff's cancer care or infusion services, call 608-847-9877,
or talk to your primary care provider or oncologist about a referral.