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UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center

UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center

Adult Infusion Centers

New Patient Support

Peer Navigator Program 

Peer Navigator Program provides one-to-one peer support  

This special program matches newly diagnosed cancer patients with cancer survivors.

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The adult infusion centers are here to serve our outpatient population. Our infusion areas offer chemotherapy, blood transfusions, intravenous fluid and drug therapies, therapeutic phlebotomies, and central line management. Services are by appointment only. 

UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center Adult Infusion Centers

UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center
CancerCenter 2279 45th Street, 3rd floor
4501 X Street, 1st floor (next door to 2279 45th Street, connected by 2nd floor bridge)
Sacramento, CA 95817
Telephone: 916-734-5858 
Map, directions and parking 
Hours of Operation:
8 a.m. – 8 p.m.,  Monday through Thursday
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.,  Friday

Glassrock Adult Infusion
Glassrock2521 Stockton Blvd., Suite 3300
Sacramento, CA 95817
Telehone: 916-734-5959
Map, directions and parking 
Hours of Operation:
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.,  Tuesday through Friday

Placer Center for Health
PlacerCenter550 West Ranch View Drive, Suite 1500
Rocklin, CA 95765
Appointments: 916-295-5880
Map, directions and parking 
Hours of Operation:
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.,  Monday through Friday

All locations closed on major holidays


Each area is staffed by registered nurses with additional knowledge of adult cancers and other illnesses, including Crohn's disease, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, chronic pain, sickle cell disease and genetic disorders. These nurses specialize in infusion therapy, and many carry the distinction of being an oncology certified nurse, a nationally recognized certification. Our support staff helps with scheduling, telephones and insurance authorizations. 

Parking is located beside the Cancer Center on 45th Street and is free with a validation at the infusion center. Free parking is available at Placer Center for Health.

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Food is permitted at our centers. You are welcome to bring food from home or send your visitor to purchase something for you to enjoy at one of the many local restaurants and fast food establishments nearby.  The locations of cafeterias, snack machines, and other amenities near the cancer center can be found by visiting our Food, lodging and amenities page. Cell phones are allowed on a limited basis only.  Many patients choose to rest, and a peaceful environment is promoted for all patients. Please keep noise at a minimum level out of respect for other patients. Texting is permitted at all times on the silent setting. Patients may bring DVD players, MP3 or iPod devices, or laptops to help pass the time. Wireless service is available to guests. All sites have DVD players and movies to loan as well as magazines. We will provide headphones to limit distractions to other patients choosing to rest.

Each patient is welcome to bring ONE visitor to the infusion room during their treatment. Space is limited. Visitors must be over 13 years of age. No children or infants are allowed. Patients and visitors must not have any contagious illness. Most of our patients are very susceptible to infections. We ask that you please not come to the infusion room if you are ill with anything that might be contagious. Please notify your physician of your illness and call us to reschedule your appointment. We encourage family members to participate in patient treatment. With certain medications, we may request a responsible adult stay for the duration of treatment in case the patient requires a ride home. 

Your well-being and safety are our number-one priority, and we want your experience to be outstanding. Please ask to speak with either the charge nurse or nursing management if you have any special needs or concerns.