Infusion Centers at Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas

Advanced care close to home


For a variety of reasons, some patients require outpatient infusion therapy (also called intravenous, or IV, therapy) for short- or long-term treatment. The Outpatient Infusion Centers at the Beaumont Hospital and Orange Campus provide comprehensive infusion therapy services to meet the needs of all patients requiring these services in a caring atmosphere.


Infusion therapy involves introducing prescribed medications into a vein when they cannot be taken by mouth. Infusion therapy is used to treat illness or, in some cases, to counteract the side effects of other prescribed treatments. Infusion therapy is provided for patients who need the following:

  • blood transfusions
  • immune globulin used for CIDP and other conditions
  • iron transfusions
  • medication for migraine headaches
  • medication for chronic illness such as Crohn’s disease, asthma, ulcerative colitis and rheumatoid arthritis, including Remicade, Actemra, Orencia, Rituxan and Xolair
  • medication to treat osteoporosis, including Reclast, Prolia and Boniva
  • simple hydration
  • steroids to treat conditions such as multiple sclerosis
  • therapeutic phlebotomy, which involves withdrawing a prescribed amount of blood for certain blood disorders

How to get a referral


The Outpatient Infusion Centers offer patients convenient access to infusion services close to home. Patients are referred by members of the medical staff at either location. Physicians who are not on the medical staff at Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas can refer patients to the clinics provided they have a valid Texas medical license. For more information, visit www.bhset.net or see the contact information below:


Outpatient Infusion Center - Beaumont
(409) 212-7110,
Hours: Monday – Friday, 7 AM to 3:30 PM

Outpatient Infusion Center - Orange
(409) 883-1140,
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 AM to 4 PM

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