For your convenience here are the forms that may be helpful during your journey here at Charleston Oncology.
Before your first visit to Charleston Oncology, please download the packet, complete it and bring it with you to your first appointment. In addition, please bring a photo ID along with any insurance ID cards/documentation. If you have obtained any medical records, please bring those along with you to your appointment.
about hospital outpatient departments
Thank you for choosing Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital, part of the Roper St. Francis Healthcare health system, for your care. Please note that beginning November 6, 2022, your patient billing statement may look different. Your bill will come from Roper St. Francis Healthcare. This bill may include charges for the physician or provider caring for you as well as separate charges for the services delivered within the facility. Here are some details about hospital outpatient departments and the facility charges.
- MyChart: Frequently Asked Questions
- How to Activate Your MyChart Account
- Enroll in MyChart Today
- Log into MyChart
- New Patient Demographics
- Privacy Practices
- HIPAA Release; Relatives and Caregivers
- Acknowledgment of Receipt of Notice of Privacy Practices
- New Patient Financial Policy
- Medical History
- No Show Policy
- Emergency Care Letter
- Introduction Letter to New Patients
- New Patient Directions 2020
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I am currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer at Roper St. Francis Hospital and would like to acknowledge two physicians who truly embody your mission of “healing with compassion, faith and excellence”.
Please join Charleston Oncology and the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) in support of National Survivor Month, celebrating those who have fought the disease and those currently in treatment.
June is National Cancer Survivor Month and throughout the month we are honoring our brave patients and sharing their inspirational stories.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that develops when melanocytes (the cells that give the skin its tan or brown color) start to grow out of control. Watch the video to learn more about melanoma from Charleston Oncology’s Dr. Charles S. Holladay.
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. This month, Charleston Oncology recognizes the importance of spreading awareness surrounding the disease.
Dr. Shelly Shand shares important tips for diagnosing breast cancer early and the latest advancements in breast cancer.