An Oncology Pharmacy with Heart
February is the perfect time to show you how much we care. We don’t just deliver medication. We deliver the highest level of personalized cancer care along with the utmost compassion and expertise. Battling cancer is what we do every day – with every phone call, every interaction, every story, and every fill.
Patient Care Kits
With each new first fill delivery, we include a complimentary Patient Care Kit. It has many over-the-counter items designed to combat the most common side effects of cancer medications. With this kit in hand, patients will be prepared to begin their cancer journey.
• SPF 30 Sunscreen Lotion
• Moisturizing Cream for dry or rough skin
• 1 oz. Hand Sanitizer
• 24 Anti-Diarrheal (Loperamide) Tablets
• 1 Tube of Lip Balm
Caring for Children
Caring for pediatric patients requires a special level of care, compassion, and support. So, we include one The Jester Has Lost His Jingle book with every new pediatric patient’s first fill. The Jester is an optimistic guy who looks for happiness wherever he goes, because smiles and laughter can be contagious, no matter the situation. We hope it will help children and their families cope with tough situations and open a dialogue that centers around a positive outlook.
Caring for our Communities
Doing the right thing is a guiding principle here at Onco360. We are committed to supporting the communities we serve through positive and meaningful engagement. This includes financial support through our company, employee giving, fundraising, and other community investments. In 2021, we supported almost 20 foundations with monetary donations totaling close to $100,000 along with volunteer time donated by our employees. A few of these foundations are:
Ways to Show You Care
During the month of February, there are many things you can do to show you care and help a cancer patient. Share the love by donating blood, bone marrow, hair, air miles, your vehicle, or gently used goods. You could also volunteer your time to a local cancer organization or individual. For more information visit Cancer.net