For your convenience here are some resources 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.
- New Patient Demographics
- Privacy Practices
- HIPAA Release; Relatives and Caregivers
- Acknowledgment of Receipt of Notice of Privacy Practices
- New Patient Financial Policy
- Medical History
- Patient Portal Registration
- Authorization for Use and Disclosure of Protected Health Information
- No Show Policy
- Emergency Care Letter
- Introduction Letter to New Patients
- New Patient Directions 2020
- Authorization for Release Information
- Navigating Care
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Oncology Medical Home Survey
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Online Communities & Support
(This website allows people with cancer to create their own webpage to keep family and friends in the loop regarding their treatments and progress.)
(This is a safe place for kids to help each other deal with grief and loss. It’s a place to deal with feelings in their e-mail support group, to share and view artwork and stories, and for parents and kids to ask questions and find answers.)
(A mentoring program for kids who have lost a parent to cancer.)
(This website is for women with cancer. Providing information regarding makeup techniques and how to improve their appearance during treatment, i.e., hair loss or eyelash loss. This non-profit also provides information on local workshops.)