24/7 Infusion Center

From left to right: Paul Hammes, lymphoma survivor, James O'Rourke, RN, and Charmaine Miranda, RN, infusion nurses

If you're undergoing cancer treatment at Nebraska Medicine you have access to our 24/7 Infusion Center, which serves as both a treatment center and 24/7 urgent-care facility specifically for cancer patients, a rare offering in the region.

Preventing and treating side effects is an important part of cancer treatment and our team works closely with you to minimize them. If you experience symptoms such as fever, infection, pain, uncontrolled nausea or vomiting or other side effects of treatments at any time during the day or night, you can come directly to the Infusion Center — bypassing the emergency room — for evaluation and treatment and, if needed, admission to the hospital.

You can have additional peace of mind knowing that your cancer care team is a phone call away and you will receive a continuum of care from doctors who understand your conditions.

The Infusion Center is also an environment safe for immune-compromised cancer patients. The after-hours on-call team can be reached at 402.559.5600.

What to expect at the Infusion Center

Cancer patients have a lot on their mind, and our Cancer Care team understands.

First time and returning patients can watch the video below to better understand how receiving cancer treatment at the Infusion Center works.