Comfortable and Compassionate Infusion Services Close to Home

Infusion therapy can be used to treat cancer, chronic conditions, and autoimmune diseases. Building on our experience administering chemotherapy, Regional Cancer Care Associates offers advanced infusion services to treat a wide variety of chronic conditions and autoimmune diseases, as well as cancer. We provide infusion treatment at our many locations in New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, and the Washington, DC area.

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CONVENIENT AND COMFORTABLE
INFUSION SERVICES CLOSE TO HOME

At Regional Cancer Care Associates, we don’t just serve cancer patients. Our community-based centers provide infusion treatment services for patients with autoimmune diseases and other conditions.

We offer infusion therapy for patients with conditions including:

RCCA also infuses medications to treat several other conditions beyond those listed here. To find out if an RCCA care center near you offers infusion therapy that you have been prescribed for another condition, please call us at 844-346-7222.

Patients at Regional Cancer Care Associates benefit from an expert team of board-certified physicians, infusion nurses, and healthcare professionals. You’ll have peace of mind knowing you’re receiving treatment from an experienced team.

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Infusion Services

Get safe, convenient infusion treatment in a welcoming and comfortable setting.

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Flexible Appointments

We know that our patients lead busy lives. We’ll sit down with you to set a treatment schedule that works for you.

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Easy Referral Process

We coordinate with area hospitals and providers to ensure a seamless, hassle-free referral process for the patient.

CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, and the Washington, DC area

Get the treatment you need, close to home. Regional Cancer Care Associates has more than 20 locations throughout CT, MD, and NJ. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call (844) 474-6866.

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Advantages of Regional Cancer Care Associates

Receiving infusion treatment at a community-based clinic can be significantly less expensive than obtaining the same treatment at a hospital. Many private insurers are now mandating that patients receive their infusions in a clinic setting whenever possible to avoid the overhead costs charged by hospitals. Center-based care also balances safety and convenience: unlike receiving your infusion at home, you’ll have access to an onsite physician. But you won’t have to deal with the hassle of going to a major hospital.

We treat tens of thousands of patients each year, so our team is highly proficient at administering infusion medications. We also excel at making each patient feel comfortable by providing effective treatment counseling and education in a calm and welcoming atmosphere.

We’ll work with you and your medical team to come up with a treatment plan that fits your schedule. Our nurses take the time to go over each infusion medication with patients, making sure they understand how the medication works, why it is being given, what to expect, and any potential side effects.

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– Michael Jones, NJ Resident

8 Common Questions About Infusion Therapy — and Answers from RCCA’s Denis Fitzgerald, MD

In recent years, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved dozens of therapies that must be administered intravenously in order to work properly. The list of conditions now treated with infused medications is long and constantly growing. It includes dermatologic, gastrointestinal, respiratory, musculoskeletal, and neurologic conditions; infections, including COVID-19; anemia and other blood disorders; and many forms of cancer. As a result, millions of Americans now receive infusions to manage chronic conditions or treat acute issues.

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