Infusion and injection training

What is infusion?

Infusion treatment is the administration of a fluid medication through a needle or catheter, into the veins or under the skin.

Kensington Screening Clinic’ Kensington Infusion Clinic type of medication given to patients for the treatment of chronic disease through infusion therapy.

Infusion therapy at Kensington Screening Clinic supports the delivery of medications for a broad spectrum of chronic conditions.


What is injection training?

Our skilled nursing team will teach patients how to use their own devices to administer treatment at home.

What you need to know

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Preparing for your visit

Consult with your doctor if training is right for you. Learn More

Preparing for your visit

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Who can benefit from infusion treatment/injection training?

If your doctor recommends infusion as the right treatment for you, they will connect with a Patient Support Coordinator who will refer you to an infusion clinic.

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During your visit

The length of your visit will depend on your treatment. Learn More

During your visit

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During your infusion treatment/ injection training our nursing team will make sure that you’re comfortably seated. A member of our skilled nursing team will administer your treatment and monitor you to ensure your comfort and safety.

The length of your visit will depend on your treatment.


Your comfort is important to us

The infusion room is a comfortable place, and our nursing team will do their best to make you feel at home. The room is equipped with comfortable seating, WIFI, TV, light snacks and refreshments.

We encourage you to bring your laptop or personal electronic device. We provide warm blankets if f you would like to take a nap during your treatment.

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After your visit

Infusion treatment is administered every four to up to eight weeks. Learn More

After your visit

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The Kensington Screening Clinic team maintains open lines of communication

Infusion treatment is administered every four to up to eight weeks.

Your nurse will book your next appointment with you.


Hours: The infusion clinic runs Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

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