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Comprehensive Cancer Care, for your infusion services. Our Ambulatory Infusion Center is located in
Wing A on the second floor of the Robert and Audrey Luckow Pavilion in Paramus.
The Ambulatory Infusion Center provides the full spectrum of infusion services, delivered by an
experienced team of physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals.
BEFORE YOUR TREATMENT
The day before your first appointment, an infusion nurse will call you to review your treatment plan, and
offer some helpful tips for your visit. Your nurse will remind you to eat breakfast, wear comfortable
clothes, take any medications as prescribed, bring a list of your current medications, and bring a friend
or family member who can drive you home. This is also a great time to ask any questions you may have
before you come in for treatment.
For your convenience, complimentary valet parking is available at the Luckow Pavilion. Friendly
volunteers at the front desk can direct you to the infusion services on the second floor. Wheelchairs are
available if needed.
When you arrive on the second floor, your first stop will be the Registration Desk, where you’ll check in
for your treatment and receive an ID bracelet for security. Be sure to have identification and your
insurance card handy.
(Please note, if you have an appointment with your oncologist before your infusion treatment, go
directly to your doctor’s office first. You can register for your infusion treatment after your
Once your registration is complete, a Registration Associate will direct you to the Volunteer Desk at the
end of the hallway, where a Volunteer will direct you to your treatment area and your infusion nurse.
If you need blood work or other laboratory services before your treatment, you may be directed to the
Outpatient Laboratory. The lab is located on the second floor, just outside the Infusion Center.
At the Nurse’s Station, your infusion nurse will collect your paperwork, check your ID bracelet for
security, and weigh you before bringing you to your treatment bay.
While your nurse is preparing you for treatment, the pharmacists at our on-site pharmacy will prepare
your medications. Once they’re ready, your nurse will review them with the pharmacist. Two
chemotherapy certified registered nurses will also review the medication to make sure it matches your
order. Your ID bracelet will be checked again before the IV is started.
While your treatment takes place, you can read, eat, use a laptop or tablet, or just relax. Your nurse will
monitor you throughout your treatment.
During your infusion treatment, you may receive visits from other healthcare providers and staff:
Our pharmacist can provide additional education on the medications you’ll be receiving.
One of our social workers may meet with you to discuss any treatment-related concerns you have,
including emotional, insurance or financial matters.
A dietitian can provide guidance on your changing dietary needs during treatment.
Our palliative care team can tell you about the ways they can assist you with pain and symptom
management, emotional support, and other therapies. Palliative care can be started at any point in your
treatment and doesn’t require a physician’s referral.
A volunteer from our Boutique for Integrative Healing may come by to show you scarves, head coverings
and other useful items.
And some of our patients’ favorite visitors are of the four-legged variety. Our pet therapy volunteers are
always available to lend a friendly paw to our infusion patients. Look for them during your treatment.
OTHER SERVICES AT LUCKOW
The Luckow Pavilion is home to other services that may aid you during your cancer treatment:
The Boutique for Integrative Healing features skin-care items, custom-fitted mastectomy products, head
coverings and other helpful items.
The Corner Café is a convenient stop for coffee, sandwiches, snacks and other grab-and- go items, before
or after your treatment.
And our Retail Pharmacy offers many common over-the- counter and prescription medications you may
Our café, boutique and pharmacy are all located on the first floor of the Luckow Pavilion.
AFTER YOUR TREATMENT
When your infusion treatment is completed, you’ll be discharged from the Ambulatory Infusion Center.
Within 72 hours after your treatment, one of our nurses will call to see how you’re feeling and answer
any questions you may have. You’re welcome to call the Ambulatory Infusion Center in the days
following your treatment, with any other questions or concerns.
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