Infusion Area (Multi-Purpose Satellite)
2545 Schoenersville Road
Bethlehem, PA 18017-7384
|Monday - Friday:
|7:30 am - 5:30 pm
|Saturday - Sunday:
At Lehigh Valley Health Network, we promote a culture of safety for all patients and visitors. If your doctor has recommended you receive treatment in the multipurpose satellite, here are important details regarding your care.
Treatments provided in the multipurpose area include blood transfusions, chemotherapy and biological agents, injections, hydration, Remicade, steroids and antibiotics. Learn more about infusion.
Your appointment is scheduled through your physician’s office. If you need to cancel or change your appointment, please contact your physician’s office. All patients are seen by appointment only. Please arrive no more than 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. During periods of inclement weather, please call 484-884-5822 for updates on hours of operation.
Valet parking is available to all patients free of charge. After 4 p.m., your car will be parked near the entrance to the Cancer Center, and your keys will be left at the information desk. If upon arrival a wheelchair is needed, please ask for assistance at the information desk.
Please limit the number of visitors to one per patient at a time. Due to space and safety constraints, this is necessary to provide safe and effective care. A spouse, significant other or family member is invited to stay with you if desired for treatments administered in the multipurpose satellite. One chair is available for a visitor at each treatment station. To provide the safest care, please do not move the visitor chair. Different visitors are encouraged to “take turns” with you. A waiting area with seating is available. Children must be closely supervised at all times by an adult other than the patient. If any potential visitor is experiencing flu-like symptoms, fever, runny nose, sneezing, vomiting, diarrhea or has any type of active infection, do not ask them to visit you.
Layout of unit
Each of our 24 treatment bays includes one patient chair, one visitor chair and a television.
Limited selections of light refreshments are available to patients and visitors during their stay. If you have specific dietary needs, you are welcome to bring your own food. Cold, boxed lunches are available for patients to eat while in the infusion area.