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SWIFT Infusion Clinic 

Welcome to the SWIFT Infusion Clinic, where we provide iron infusions tailored for both adults and children.  

OUR SERVICES

Iron infusion

Iron infusion is a convenient alternative to oral therapy for individuals who find oral tablets challenging to tolerate or have gastrointestinal issues that hinder oral iron therapy. Our clinic is committed to offering a comfortable environment for all our patients throughout the infusion process.

 
The procedure will typically last about 1 hour, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience.  Our team of trained professionals is experienced in working with adults and children, ensuring that every patient feels at ease and well-cared for during their visit. You will be closely observed throughout the infusion, and in the rare case of any adverse reactions, you will be addressed immediately by a Senior Emergency Physician.  


If you or your child is scheduled for an iron infusion, we kindly request that you bring the Ferinject Injection (from the pharmacy) to your appointment.  

 

We are open from 10 am to 10 pm. To book an appointment for yourself or your child's iron infusion, we encourage you to utilize the convenient booking system available through the link in the menu bar above.

SWIFT

Zoledronic acid infusion

Welcome to the SWIFT Infusion Clinic, where we provide Zoledronic acid infusion. Zoledronic acid is a potent intravenous bisphosphonate used to treat high levels of calcium in people who have cancer and treat or prevent weakening of the bones (osteoporosis) caused by menopause or the use of steroids. Zoledronic acid can be considered an alternative to oral bisphosphonates and may have a particular role for people in whom an oral bisphosphonate is unsuitable or not tolerated.  


Zoledronic acid reduces fracture risk after hip fracture and in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. The anti-fracture efficacy of zoledronic acid has not been directly compared with that of other bisphosphonates but appears to be similar to that of alendronate and risedronate.

Acute severe adverse reactions are rare; however, at SWIFT Infusion Clinic, we provide Zoledronic acid infusion in a monitored environment, under close observation by a senior emergency physician. Typically, the process of infusion takes less than 1 hour. You can sit back and relax at our convenient facility.  

If you are planning to get a Zoledronic infusion:

  1. Stop taking oral treatments for osteoporosis (oral bisphosphonates)  

  2. Continue daily calcium and vitamin D supplements

  3. Complete all necessary dental work before starting zoledronic acid treatment

  4. Drink plenty of fluids on the day of the infusion

Acute severe adverse reactions are rare; however, at SWIFT Infusion Clinic, we provide Zoledronic acid infusion in a monitored environment, under close observation by a senior emergency physician. Typically, the process of infusion takes less than 1 hour. You can sit back and relax at our convenient facility.  


We are open from 10 am to 10 pm. To book an appointment for Zoledronic acid infusion, we encourage you to utilize the convenient booking system available through the link in the menu bar above.

What we do

We reduce wait times for patients that arrive with non-life-threatening injuries and further prevent these from escalating into more serious conditions. Patients that may be deemed and triaged as low priority in the Hospital Emergency Departments are often subject to extended wait times, wasting valuable time in a busy status quo. We understand this and collaborate with nearby Emergency Departments to divert and recommend patients to SWIFT where prompt and apt care is provided.

OUR SERVICES

Emergency services

Specialist doctors

No appointments necessary

SWIFT Assessment and Treatment

As soon as the patient walks in and registers in the clinic, they will be assessed by a triage nurse and given the appropriate triage category based on the Australian Triage Scale (ATS). From here, they will be assessed by a doctor trained in Emergency Medicine and treated promptly and appropriately.

EMERGENCY MEDICINE

Frequently asked questions

WE CAN HELP YOU

We provide comprehensive care of patients in Urgent Care Service. We have Orthopaedic services, Paediatric team to care for the little champions of the society, Physiotherapy team, as well as Dental and state of the art Radiology that have to ability to take patients on for management if the need arises.

What services does Swift Emergency & Urgent Care provide?

SWIFT is a walk in UCC and is intended for patients to walk in and avoid a long wait. As such, we encourage patients not to hesitate, as appointments are not required.

Do I need an appointment or referral?

We are open for a 12-hour period from 10:00AM to 10:00PM, every day of the year.

What are your operating hours?

Access to our specialist emergency clinic will require a $269 facility fee along with Medicare charges for all our patients*. Consumables, however, such as splints, crutches, burn dressings or otherwise, will have an extra cost depending on what aids are required. Onsite pathology and imaging are bulk billed or cost absorbed by SWIFT and thus are provided at no extra cost to the patient except out of business hours.

How much will it cost?

We are located at G38, 32, Civic Way, Rouse Hill. For more information, email us at info@swifteuc.com.au.

Where do I find you?

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