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Infusion therapy

Infusion therapy refers to a treatment method in which medications are delivered directly into the bloodstream. It may be used to treat everything from neurological conditions to various types of cancer.

Outpatient infusion center in Hudson, Florida

For more than 20 years, HCA Florida Bayonet Point Hospital has provided a convenient outpatient location and comfortable environment to receive infusion services.

We have continuously updated our equipment and amenities to ensure we always offer your infusion therapy in a safe, home-like setting. Together with our knowledgeable onsite medical staff, including our pharmacist and registered nurse infusionist, we can help you get the care you need and deserve while avoiding hospital admittance or an overnight hospital stay. Our location within our hospital and next to the cardiac surgical unit allows you to also have easy access to emergency care and physician oversight, if needed.

Our infusion therapies and services

From hydration therapy to cancer treatment, our infusion center offers a variety of intravenous (IV) therapies and services.

Administration of IV antibiotics

Antibiotics are administered intravenously at our infusion center when oral antibiotics are not an option for serious infections.

Blood transfusions

This refers to the IV transfer of blood, or blood products, into circulation.


Chemotherapy is used to kill cancer cells and/or prevent them from spreading.

Dobutamine therapy

We administer this medication to help the heart pump blood more effectively.

Hydration therapy

This refers to the delivery of fluids directly into the bloodstream.

Maintenance of central lines and ports

We monitor closely to ensure proper care, cleaning and dressing of central lines and ports.

Catheter insertion

IV fluids or drugs may be administered via a catheter inserted from a vein in your elbow to a vein in the armpit (a midline catheter insertion), or it may be peripherally inserted from a vein in the arm to a large vein in the chest (peripherally inserted central catheter, or PICC).


This refers to the process of removing blood plasma, separating cells and plasma and re-administering cells back into the bloodstream.

Remicade treatment

We administer this treatment to aid in treating arthritis and gastrointestinal conditions by weakening the immune system and reducing inflammation.

Subcutaneous injections

Subcutaneous injections are administered right under the skin through a short needle, often for medication that needs to be absorbed by the blood more slowly.

Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) therapy

TPN therapy provides nutrition through a direct supply of nutrients into a vein.

Our Infusion therapy Locations

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Bayonet Point Hospital
14000 Fivay Rd
Hudson, FL 34667
 (727) 819 - 2929

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Bayonet Point Hospital
14000 Fivay Rd
Hudson, FL 34667
 (727) 819 - 2929
Trinity Hospital
9330 SR-54 E
Trinity, FL 34655
 (727) 834 - 4000

11.0 miles

St. Petersburg Hospital
6500 38th Ave N
St Petersburg, FL 33710
 (727) 384 - 1414

38.5 miles