Our Code Of Ethics


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

Low Country Cancer Care Code of Ethics

We are a specialized practice devoted to the care of people with cancer and to the prevention and eradication of malignant disease.

We strive to combine the activities of patient care, prevention, education, and research to benefit our patients. We adhere to the following moral principles to guide our service and bond our patients and staff together in the difficult task of contending with cancer.

  • Respect for the people for whom we are privileged to care for is our primary concern
  • Such respect affirms the value and dignity of life
  • Our goal is to cure disease, reduce suffering, and achieve an acceptable quality of life, as defined by the patient with the help of healthcare professionals; the presence of cancer may justify, but not demand heroic measures
  • Diagnosing cancer is not just an identification of a disease, but may carry with it serious emotional, social, and financial burdens for patients and those close to them. This includes the burden of making and living with difficult choices. It is our responsibility to offer support and assistance by providing patients and those close to them with the information they need to make decisions
  • Patient information is confidential and may not be disclosed to third parties without your consent. All information must be recorded accurately and communicated responsibly. Access brings an obligation to protect patient privacy and personal interests
  • Through clinical prevention services and education, we strive to reduce the incidence of cancer and serve people who may never be our patients
  • We commit ourselves to further progress against cancer by sharing knowledge, skills, and ethical values. We who serve in this practice have specific roles and responsibilities, yet are equal in our capacity to serve our patients and individually bear an obligation to our patients
  • Cancer therapy, prevention, education, and research are costly endeavors demanding conscientious stewardship. Every effort will be made through all means to provide quality of care to each patient


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.