Welcome Home with CNY Infusion Services
CNY Infusion Services specializes in high-tech home infusion treatments and has been treating patients in the comfort and safety of their homes since 1994. As the industry leader, we remain focused on delivering the highest quality of care using the latest technology in home infusion treatments.
April Stone, President of CNY Infusion Services, has been honored locally and nationally for her work in providing quality home infusion treatments throughout Central New York.
She is the proud recipient of the 2005 Syracuse Women in Business Award, 2006 Syracuse University's WISE Ann Michel Distinguished Entrepreneur Award, and she was most recently honored as the 2009 Woman of the Year in Home Health Care by the National Association of Professional and Executive Women.
Home health care has proven to be an effective alternative to hospitalization by transferring skilled services and products into the safe, comfortable environment of home.
Working closely with your physician, CNY Infusion Services establishes a plan of care to address specific patient and family healthcare needs. Our experienced nurses are certified in the placement of PICC catheters and our staff maintains active memberships in a variety of healthcare organizations.
CNY Infusion Services is a proud supporter of:
American Heart Association |
Sisters of St. Francis |
Francis House |
Gingerbread House |
American Cancer Society |
CNY CASA Program |
Onondaga County Sheriffs |
Fulton Recreation |
Big Brother Big Sister CNY |
Rescue Mission |
Salvation Army |
Upstate Medical |
Upstate Medical Cancer Center |
Golisano Children's Hospital |
Community General Foundation |
Faith Heritage School |
St Joseph's Hospital
St. Joseph's Gala; Presenting Sponsor
St. Joseph's Golf Tournament Sponsor
CASA Light of Hope Breakfast Sponsor
Golisano Children's Hospital Advisory Board,
Executive Committee Chair
Go Red for Women, American Heart Association Executive Leadership Team 2013
Read about April's support of Go Red for Women initiative in the February edition of Syracuse Woman magazine.(p.32).