Infusion and Oncology
Frankston Private Hospital Infusion Services Department offers patients a calm and relaxing environment to undertake their intravenous infusions, overseen by a highly specialised nursing team that provide excellent patient care.
Our services encompass a wide range of intravenous infusions including Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy, Blood transfusion, Iron infusions and other specialised treatments.
The state of the art department is equipped with 10 reclining chairs and two patient-beds.
Our staff and accredited private specialists strive to provide the best management and patient care in the field of oncology and other specialty areas.
Rapid Iron Infusion Service – NEXT DAY SERVICEIron Deficiency is a common cause of anaemia, routinely effecting more women than men, leaving them tired and lethargic.
A rapid iron infusion will increase your blood levels of iron immediately.
Iron Infusions - GP Referral
General Practioners need to refer patients to our infusions department for Iron Infusions, a form to download is located below.
Frankston Private Hospital offers a rapid 24 hour turn around service for referrals received before 3pm the previous working day.
Peninsula and Southeast Oncology
Peninsula and Southeast Oncology group are located on the 3rd floor of our hospital precinct.
Click here to make an online patient referral
After booking in at admissions you will be escorted to one of the comfortable chairs.
An intravenous cannula will be inserted to enable treatment.
Please refer any concerns to your nurse.
Please know that you are well supported by our facility.
Our specialised, caring staff are there to help you through your treatment pre and post journey with us at Frankston Private Infusion Services
You will be contacted by one of our staff to arrange a time that is suitable for you to attend for your first treatment.
Times can be arranged to suit your treatment requirements.
Our helpful staff are on hand to make you stay as comfortable as possible.
You will be provided with light refreshments.
A premedication may be necessary prior to commencement of your intravenous therapy.
The onsite pharmacist is available to discuss your medication needs both in hospital and at home.
They will provide education on your discharge medications.
The nursing team, in collaboration with your specialist, are available to discuss any side effects that you may encounter.
There are many options to help control side effects of your treatment.
With your consent individually tailored treatment plans will be established after consultation with your attending specialist.