Infusion Center
Warm, Peaceful Environment

We at South Peninsula Hospital believe that patients undergoing infusion therapy for cancer or other conditions deserve compassionate care from a competent, professional staff in a warm, peaceful environment. That’s exactly what you’ll find at South Peninsula Hospital’s Outpatient Infusion Center.

The modern center features two private therapy rooms, a central therapy area, and patient counseling and education areas. There is convenient parking and three entrances, including a private entrance leading directly into the center.

Patients will find a comfortable, patient-centered setting with amenities including oversized leather treatment chairs, custom artwork, heated blankets and cozy pillows. Televisions, an iPod docking system, CD/DVD player, coffee and tea are also provided for our patients’ comfort and enjoyment.

The center is open Tuesday through Friday. To make an appointment or for more information, contact 235-0201.

Services We Offer

We provide outpatient IV therapy to patients with a multitude of conditions, including all forms of prescribed chemotherapy. Cancer patients with an out-of-town oncologist can receive treatment at our center, provided they have a local primary care physician. Patients can also access cancer care through the hospital’s oncology clinic, offered by Darren Mullins, MD.

Other IV therapy services and treatments include:

  • Monoclonal antibodies
  • Growth factors
  • IV hydration
  • Anti-emetics
  • IVIG
  • Blood transfusions
  • Iron infusions
  • Hormonal agents
  • Biophosphonates

Oncology Clinic

In addition to our Outpatient Infusion Center, South Peninsula Hospital provides cancer care through our oncology clinic offered by Darren Mullins, MD. Infusion center patients may choose to see Dr. Mullins or can continue to receive treatment from their current physician.

Darren Mullins, MD, is Board Certified in Medical Oncology and Internal Medicine. He received his undergraduate degree in 1987 from the University of Alabama where he also completed medical school. Dr. Mullins completed the Internal Medicine Residency at the University Of Tennessee College Of Medicine in 1994 and went on to complete his Medical Oncology Fellowship training at the University Of Virginia Health Sciences Center.

To schedule an appointment, call 907-714-4490. For additional information or assistance call the South Peninsula Hospital Infusion Clinic at 235-0201.