Your Treatment Plan

We customize a treatment plan to best treat your specific cancer diagnosis. Before you start your treatment, we will sit down with you and your family member to provide an overview of the treatment and side effects. Other topics to be covered: nutrition, what to expect on your treatment day, supportive care medications and prescriptions, how your treatment will affect other aspects of your life such as work, family life and exercise.

Our Financial Counselors will meet with you at this appointment and review your health insurance plan benefits and coverage and assess if applying for assistance would be beneficial for you. Your questions and concerns will be addressed at this appointment. The success of your treatment is relevant to understanding all of the elements in your treatment plan.

At the completion of your treatment, you will have an appointment that summarizes the treatment you received, discuss possible long-term complications that may occur and will address follow-up recommendations and survivorship issues and concerns.

Medication Dispensing

Oncology Specialists of Charlotte now offers in-office medication dispensing services for our patients.

For your convenience, we can dispense many prescription medications, including oral and injectable chemotherapy drugs as well as anti-nausea drugs, steroids, antibiotics and blood thinners.

We will file insurance claims under prescription medication insurance plans for you as well.

For more information, ask your oncologist or one of our nurse practioners.

Call us for more information.


Navigator Program / Health Guidance

– CT Scanning on-site

– Clinical Trials Network

– IV Infusion Services

            * Immunotherapy

            * Chemotherapy

            * IV Iron, IV Fluids

– Genetic & Molecular Testing

– Medication Dispensing

– Survivorship Program

– DingiCap® Hair Loss Prevention for Chemotherapy Patients

– Financial Counselors

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:


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