Oncology & Infusion Therapy
Bringing Oncology Services Closer to Home
A collaboration between UR Medicine affiliates has improved access to oncology services in the region by providing cancer patients the expertise of the UR Medicine Wilmot Cancer Institute oncology team, closer to home.
In addition to the Ann and Carl Myers Cancer Center, located on the Noyes Health campus in Dansville, there are two other options for patients needing oncology and infusion services. The Wilmot Cancer Institute Infusion Center, Part of Jones Memorial Hospital helps ease the burden of travel with two locations: the third floor at Jones Memorial Hospital, 191 North Main Street, and the Oncology and Infusion Center in Olean at 1504 West State Street.
A collaboration between UR Medicine|Wilmot Cancer Institute, the infusion center in Wellsville and the oncology and infusion center in Olean expand available oncology services in the region by providing cancer patients the expertise of the UR Medicine Wilmot Cancer Institute oncology team, closer to home.
Patients in need of infusion therapy often have a condition that is so severe it can’t be treated with oral medications. To ease the burden of travel, the Wilmot Cancer Institute Infusion Center, Part of Jones Memorial Hospital was established.
As part of the UR Medicine|Wilmot Cancer Center team, Oncologist Neeta Soni, MD, consults and treats patients at both Jones Memorial locations. The experienced oncology staff trained at the Wilmot Cancer Institute, using WCI policies and best practices.
If you are presently traveling out of the area for infusion or chemotherapy, please talk to your healthcare provider about how you can get your care closer to home at Jones Memorial Hospital. If you have questions, please call the WCI Infusion Center, Part of Jones Memorial Hospital at (585) 596-2059.