Thank you for choosing Low Country Cancer Care to serve your healthcare needs.

Urgent Medical Need

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911. The hospital will contact us.

If you develop an acute medical problem which is not an emergency, but needs urgent attention, please call the office and we will work you into the schedule as soon as possible. There may be a delay after you arrive, but you will be seen.

After Hours

Our physicians see office patients between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. They rotate on-call schedules during evenings and weekends. If you have an urgent medical need after hours, call the office at (912) 692-2000. Our answering service will forward your information to the on-call physician. If the physician does not call you back within 20 minutes, please call the answering service again. Continuity of care is always maintained under the direct supervision of your physician.

Patient Phone Calls

When you call, you will be directed by our phone system to the appropriate clinical area. If the clinical staff is either on the phone or caring for patients in the office, you will be connected to the voicemail system. Please speak clearly and slowly and leave a detailed message.

Our clinical staff can receive a great many phone calls. Please have your questions ready so that they may address all of your issues in a single call. Don’t be concerned if your call is not returned until the end of the day. The clinical staff returns every voicemail or message before the office closes, at a time when they can give you their full and uninterrupted attention.



We understand you may have questions about COVID-19 vaccine availability and getting vaccinated. At this time, we do not have the ability to administer the vaccine. Please follow up with your primary healthcare provider regarding CDC recommendations for vaccination and availability.


Despite the many challenges of this COVID-19 pandemic, we remain open and fully dedicated to safely and responsibly serving our cancer and hematology patients with exceptional care.

The safety and well-being of our patients, physicians, nurses and other team members is our top priority.

  • We continue to request and encourage individuals to come to the clinic alone, except for caregivers who assist patients with transport, translation or other personal needs. If questions, please call our clinic regarding the current Visitor Policy prior to your scheduled appointment.
  • Everyone entering our clinic locations is asked to wear a protective face mask or face covering. Our staff members are wearing masks as well.
  • Upon arrival, we will take your temperature and ask a series of questions to identify anyone who may have been exposed to COVID-19 or who has signs and symptoms of respiratory illness.

As always, we thank you for entrusting your care to us.