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Amy G. Kemmerlin

Amy started her career with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from UNC-Wilmington. For 20 years she worked as a nurse in various roles and health institutions. She worked for ten years in pediatric oncology and pediatric stem cell transplant. She has experience...

Staff Spotlight: Becky

What is your name? Becky What is your role at OSC? Infusion Nurse, registered nurse, RN, and BSN What is your Educational Background? Nursing is my second career. I graduated from Indiana University in chemistry and Spanish. I had thought I wanted to go to medical...

OSC Staff Spotlight: Kayla

What is your name?  Kayla What is your role at OSC? I am an Infusion Nurse, Registered Nurse, BSN. I have been with OSC for 3 years What is your Educational Background? I grew up in the Charlotte area and went to UNC-Charlotte for my Bachelors of Science in Nursing. I...
Request An AppointmentNew patient appointments require a physician to send a referral request on your behalf. The referring physician can be a specialist you saw who identified an oncology-related condition or your primary care physician
  • New patient: you have a medical condition that is or could be cancerous or a blood disorder
  • Transfer care: you are moving into the area and need an oncologist/hematologist, or you are currently under the care of a local oncologist/hematologist and would like to transfer care to one of our physicians
  • 2nd Opinion: you have been diagnosed with cancer or a blood disorder and would like to get a second opinion on the prognosis and treatment course
  • Former patient: if you have not been to the office in 3 years or more, you will need to get a referral sent in by a physician to re-establish care

Send the referral form to your physician to refer and ask them to send with the following items:

HAVE THE PHYSICIAN FAX THE REFERRAL FORM ALONG WITH THE DOCUMENTATION LISTED ABOVE TO

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