Infusion services in Denver, Colorado

The Rose Infusion Center in Denver provides a comfortable and convenient location for patients who require frequent infusions of medication. We work with a variety of patients, including:

  • Cancer patients undergoing therapy; chemotherapy
  • Patients with blood disorders
  • Patients needing blood transfusion
  • Hyperemesis patients
  • Bariatric patients
  • Iron deficient patients needing Venofer
  • Patients requiring intravenous antibiotics
  • Patients that need IV hydration
  • Patients needing intramuscular and subcutaneous injections (including Rhogam, Makena and Prolia)
  • Other patients who require intravenous treatments, but are not hospitalized

Physician referrals

Many physicians refer their patients to the Rose Infusion Center. Here are a few examples of the types of physicians and specialists who refer their patients to our Infusion Center:

  • Oncologists
  • Internal medicine doctors
  • Rheumatologists
  • Nephrologists
  • OB/GYN doctors
  • Bariatric surgeons
  • Gastrointestinal specialists
  • Infectious disease specialists
  • Ear, nose and throat doctors

All referring physicians and specialists must be affiliated with or credentialed at Rose Medical Center. Physicians may fax orders to (720) 376-7963.

Patient experience

At Rose, we do all that we can to ensure that your visit is safe, comfortable and convenient. A few of the features at the Rose Infusion Center that help to make your experience more pleasant include:

  • A beautiful, updated center located on the first floor of Rose Medical Center
  • Highly-qualified nursing staff specially trained in providing IV chemotherapy and IV infusion
  • Free valet parking at the hospital
  • Flexible scheduling and friendly staff
  • Family and friends always welcome
  • Free coffee and juice provided
  • Comfortable recliners, TVs, daily newspaper and free WiFi
  • Room service available for infusions lasting longer than two hours

Visiting the Rose Infusion Center

The Rose Infusion Center is located on the first floor of the main hospital near the emergency department. Patients will enter through the main entrance and register at the Admissions desk (just inside the main entrance). You will check in at Admissions and be directed to the Infusion Center, just down the hall.

On the day of your appointment, please bring:

  • Photo ID and your health insurance card
  • Medication list, including drug name, dosage and time taken
  • Paperwork that your physician has provided to you (labs, physician notes, consent forms, etc.)

Patient and visitor parking, as well as valet parking, are available at several locations outside the hospital. Handicap parking is also available at all parking locations. Valet parking is complimentary and available Monday to Friday.