Goshen Hospital Outpatient Infusion Services

To refer a patient:

(574) 364-2400
(866) 724-3851

Goshen Hospital
200 High Park Avenue
Goshen, IN 46526
Office: (574) 364-2963
Fax: (574) 364-2410


About Goshen Hospital Outpatient Infusion Services

Goshen Hospital Outpatient Infusion Services is dedicated to providing your patients with a wide variety of infusion or injection services in a relaxed setting where they feel comfortable and genuinely cared for by our friendly and personable staff.

Location and directions:

Outpatient Infusion Services is located in the Emergency Department at Goshen Hospital . Patients should enter through the south door of the Emergency Department and notify staff at the lobby desk that they are scheduled for an infusion or injection.

Convenient hours:

Monday- Friday (closed on holidays) 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Our infusion rooms include:

• Televisions
• Meal services and beds for longer infusion visits
• Comfortable recliner seating for short-term infusions/injections

To Refer a Patient

To refer your patients to Outpatient Infusion Services, please call Patient Access at (574) 364-2400.

For urgent after-hours, weekend or holiday infusions, call the House Supervisor at (574) 364-2670.

Fax the completed Outpatient Infusion Services referral form to (574) 364-2410 with the most recent demographic information and medication list at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled infusion appointment.

Important reminders:

• Diagnosis codes must be included on the referral form
• If ordering Venofer or Prolia, two diagnosis codes are required
• Medications must be pre-certified by the referring physician’s office prior to the patient’s arrival
• Referring physicians must have ordering privileges at Goshen Hospital

If you have any questions, please contact Outpatient Infusion Services at (574) 364-2963 during regular hours of operation or leave a message.

Our Services

We offer a variety of infusions and injections for outpatients, including:
• Intramuscular, subcutaneous, IV push and IV infusions for antibiotics, diuretics and hydration
• PICC line care, declotting and removal
• Implanted port flushes and port blood draws
• Blood transfusions
• Therapeutic phlebotomies
• Remicade, cimzia, xolair and other specialized infusions
• Osteoporosis medications (Reclast infusions, Boniva IV, or Prolia SQ)
• Solu-Medrol
• CADD pump
• Rabies series (after initial treatment of wound in the office or ED)
• Iron infusions (Venofer)
• Lovenox bridge with associated blood work