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Outpatient Infusion Center

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A more effective delivery of medication

The infusion center at Cookeville Regional Medical Center is an outpatient service that has trained staff ready administer medication directly through intravenous methods.

Cookeville Regional’s outpatient infusion center staff are able to treat a variety of conditions that require infusion therapy, from anemia, multiple sclerosis, IV antibiotics and much more.

Treatments are by appointment only and a physician referral is required.

Contact Us

The Infusion Center at Cookeville Regional


Appointments only

Fax: 931-783-2518

Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

From Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, multiple sclerosis and arthritis, Cookeville Regional’s outpatient infusion center has treatment options for many diseases.

  • Blood/platelets
  • Remicade — treats inflammation
  • Inflectra — treats rheumatoid arthritis
  • Avsola — treats inflammation
  • Entyvio — treats ulcerative colitis
  • Tysabri — treats multiple sclerosis
  • Prolia — treats osteoporosis
  • Evenity — treats osteoporosis
  • Reclast — treats osteoporosis
  • Xolair — treats asthma
  • Fasenra — treats asthma
  • Orencia — treats rheumatoid arthritis
  • Actemra — treats rheumatoid arthritis, giant cell arteritis and more
  • Zinplava — treats C-diff
  • Leqvio — helps maintain low cholesterol levels
  • Saphnelo — treats lupus
  • Iron infusions
  • Prolastin — treats emphysema
  • Ivig — treats antibody deficiencies
  • Procrit — treats low iron (anemia)
  • Rabies vaccine
  • Solumedrol — treats arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, ulcerative colitis and more.
  • Cortisol stimulation testing
  • PICC lines drugs
    • Port flushes
    • Extended dwell drugs
  • Cathflo — used in restoration of function of central venous access devices that have become blocked due a blood clot