We are dedicated to caring for you – when you need it most.
Mahaska Health is proud to have Dr Bradley Hiatt, a highly regarded Oncology and Hematology specialist leading our Cancer Care and Infusion Center. Dr Hiatt, along with our dedicated CCIC nurses, Jessi Nunnikhoven, RN, Sally Blake, RN, Sandy Long, RN, and our CCIC Patient Coordinator, Brenda Lopez, LPN, have a heart for providing expert compassionate care for our patients, their families and our community. Our CCIC team offers leading-edge treatment for cancer care, blood disorders, and outpatient infusion therapy services with personalized, compassionate care right here close to home.
Dr. Bradley Hiatt, Board Certified Fellowship-Trained Oncology and Hematology Specialist. Dr. Hiatt has a heart for providing compassionate care to his patients on the Mahaska Health campus each Thursday.
We are here for you
*Our Mahaska Health Hospital campus is open 24/7 for emergency services, inpatient care, maternity care, labor and delivery, general surgery, and orthopaedics, with on-call providers and nurses available to serve our communities.
Meet our Team of specialists:
Our Dedicated Infusion Center Nurses Jessi Nunnikhoven RN, Brenda Lopez LPN, Sandy Long RN, Sally Blake RN
Our Dedicated Cancer Care Coordinators
Mahaska Health’s compassionate team of Cancer Care Coordinators is dedicated to helping patients during their cancer journey. From those who help align scheduling and find transportation to those who take the time to listen and provide counsel, the compassionate care team is here for you each and every day, no matter what you are going through.
The dedicated Cancer Care Coordinators Team includes Chalyne Kephart, RT(R), Brenda Lopez, LPN, and Sharron Croskrey.
Iowa’s premiere Cancer Care & Hematology Specialists
The Infusion Center Team is here for you each and every day no matter what you are going through. Our Team will listen to you closely with compassion, kindness, and knowledge to create a personalized comprehensive treatment plan for your Infusion, Hematology or Oncology care dedicated to helping you heal when it matters most. We are always willing to accommodate our patient’s specific needs and schedules. Our Team’s mission is to provide these important services close to home, so you can spend more time with friends and family and not have to worry about traveling long distances for treatment.
Our partnership with leading Iowa cancer physicians and providers, Mission Cancer, brings their top specialists to Mahaska Health and south central Iowa. The dedicated work of our providers and specialists means our community has access to world-class care, close to home.
Iowa Center of Excellence for Surgical & Medical Oncology
Mahaska Health care teams are committed to consistently putting patients first and providing the highest level of expertise and care.
- Individualized Cancer Treatment Care Plan
- Hematology & Oncology Consultation
- Radiation Oncology
- Surgical Oncology
- Bone marrow biopsies
- Lymphedema Center
- Cancer Rehabilitation
- Inpatient Oncology Care
- Cancer Support Programs
- Specialized Diagnostic Testing
- Comprehensive Cancer Care Committee
- Coordinated Cancer Care to ensure the best of care and treatment for our patients
- Genetic Counseling Services – this is such an exciting development for patient care in Central Iowa
- Multidisciplinary Tumor Board
- Multidisciplinary Team of Surgeons, Oncologists, Radiologists, Family Medicine, and Medical Imaging
- Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery
- Infusion Center Care and Treatment
- Renowned Surgical Oncologist Dr. Daniel Kollmorgen is 1 of only 10 surgical oncologists in the state of Iowa
Our Mahaska Health Infusion Center Care Team offers leading-edge Infusion Therapy treatment for autoimmune conditions, blood disorders, chronic conditions, acute therapy treatments, and cancer care treatment with personalized, compassionate care right here, close to home.
Our Team of Mahaska Health Infusion Center Nurses, Jessi Nunnikhoven RN, Sally Blake RN and Sandy Long RN, collaborate weekly with Fellowship-trained, Oncology & Hematology Specialist, Dr. Bradley Hiatt and his team of Nurses. By working closely together with Dr. Hiatt and his team, Mahaska Health is able to provide Hematology, Oncology & Infusion services, including chemotherapy and injections, so our patients and their families don’t have to worry about travel.
Let us care for you so you can be sure to never miss out on important moments.
Our Mahaska Health Infusion Center Care Team offers leading-edge Infusion Therapy treatment with personalized, compassionate care right here, close to home. Infusion therapy is a highly effective treatment for a variety of conditions, including autoimmune conditions and chronic and rare illnesses. We currently provide many types of injections or infusions for these conditions that may include treatment for: Anemia, Arthritis, Asthma, Blood Disorders, Chronic Kidney Disease, Crohn’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Osteoporosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and more. We can also help treat conditions such as nausea and dehydration, and offer health promotion therapies, hormone injections, biologic therapy, blood transfusions, chemotherapy, and antibiotic therapy. Other available treatments include maintenance care or lab draws from an Implanted port (Infusaport) or temporary port (PICC) IV line and immunotherapy.
If you have a treatment need that is not listed here, please call us at 641-672-3187, or have your Referring Specialist contact us and one of our Infusion Center Nurses will be happy to help!
Mahaska Health Cancer Care and Infusion Center Outpatient Infusion Therapy Treatments:
The caring Nurses of the Mahaska Health CCIC will make every effort to accommodate your personal schedule for treatment.
- Anemia therapy
- Blood transfusions
- Crohn’s disease
- Chronic kidney disease
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Osteoporosis Therapy
- Nausea therapy
- Hydration therapy
- Hormone therapy injection
- Maintenance of PICCs & CVCs
- IV Antibiotic therapy
- Intramuscular injections
- Subcutaneous injections
- Implanted port (Infusaport) or temporary port (PICC) IV line
- Immunoglobulin deficiency