Construction began July 6th, 2022

Our new space will provide for a total of eight chairs, plus a private room with a hospital bed for extended treatments. A private restroom will be inside the Infusion Center, along with a nutrition center, and individual televisions at each chair. Nurses will have full view of all patients from their work station.


We are excited to share that construction for the Infusion Center Renovation Project began Wednesday, July 6, 2022.  We will continue to provide infusion services throughout the estimated 12-week construction period; therefore, we will be moving our current infusion services to a temporary location in the hospital before the end of June. 

While the current infusion center is undergoing construction, infusion services are offered in dedicated patient rooms, located in our previous Family Birth Place.  Patient Room 101 serves as the primary infusion room with three chairs and Patient Room 102 will be the secondary infusion room with a chair and a bed located there.

Registration and check-in for appointments will take place at the Registration Desk located at the Emergency Entrance.  We will have staff escort patients from registration to the patient rooms the first few weeks until patients become familiar with the new location. 

Signage is displayed in and around areas of construction throughout the project.  We ask for your assistance and cooperation in helping to guide patients, as necessary, during this time.  

The Infusion Center before remodel.
The Infusion Center before remodel.
An empty room, ready to be remodeled.
An empty room, ready to be remodeled.
A temporary partition to contain dust and debris during construction.
A temporary partition to contain dust and debris during construction.


The Infusion Center at Van Diest Medical Center has been proudly serving patients since 2016. Staffed by two Registered Nurses, the Infusion Center is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 3 pm.

Because of Van Diest Medical Center's dedication to innovation, big city technology is delivered with small town convenience. Amenities in the Infusion Center include warm blankets, individual televisions and iPads, refreshments and a warm meal (for longer treatments).

A variety of specialty therapies are offered, which patients once traveled to Ames, Des Moines, or Iowa City to receive.

Services Offered:
  • Chemotherapy
  • IV Therapy
  • Antibiotic Therapy
  • Blood Transfusions
  • Injections
  • Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Modulation (PTNM)

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Donations may also be mailed to:
Van Diest Medical Center Foundation
PO Box 430
Webster City, IA 50595