New Patient Information

Request First Appointment

The form below is for new patients only. Please feel free to reach out to us for help with scheduling or questions you may have.

    Prepare For First Appointment

    What To Bring

    Please arrive at the time you are given. You do not need to arrive any earlier. If you need to reschedule your appointment or are going to be late, please notify us as soon as possible. We understand things happen. We are here for you.

    Bring with you:

    • Completed New Patient Forms. You are new to our practice and we understand that you may have completed similar forms elsewhere, however, it is vital that we have these to be able to provide you the care you deserve while adhering to legal guidelines.
    • Your Health Insurance and Prescription Cards.
    • Your government-issued photo ID.
    • Medications: Please bring a complete list, including strength and dosage, of medications. If you do not have a list, please bring the original containers. We need to know what medications you are taking, including over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and herbal supplements.
    • A family member or caregiver to enhance communication.
    • A list of any questions you have.
    Details
    Your first visit will take longer than follow-up visits. During your first visit, you will see a physician who will perform a thorough examination. The remainder of your visit will be spent with the physician and the care team discussing your diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment options. You will likely have lab work done. An individualized care plan will be made for you and your follow-up appointments will be scheduled. If your plan includes chemotherapy, you will also be scheduled for a Plan of Care teaching appointment with one of our Advanced Practice Providers, our team of Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants.
    When You Depart

    Contact our NURSE NAVIGATOR during normal hours at the location where you are normally seen by your physician if you are experiencing:

    • problems or side effects from a prescription or treatment.
    • nutrition issues.
    • questions of any kind.
    After Hours, Weekends, Holidays
    Coastal Cancer Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Day or Night, if you have any change in your condition, your symptoms worsen, whatever the reason, never hesitate to call us for any problem that is important to you. There is no need to be afraid. If a medication is not working, call us. There are often alternative treatments or additional changes that may make you more comfortable. We are here for you.
    Emergencies
    For life-threatening emergencies, call 911 immediately. Call our office only after you have made arrangements to go to the Emergency Department.

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    8121 Rourk Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

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    817 Farrar Drive, Conway, SC 29526

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    3008 Bayboro Street, Loris, SC 29569

    Murrells Inlet Center

    4620 Highway 17 South, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

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    What Our Patients Say

    “I just want to say thank you for all of your kindness. You made a great first impression on my journey through this process.”

    – Shannon Booth, Myrtle Beach

    "Our quality of life was improved and enhanced due to his caring manner and encouragement."

    – Richard G.

    "A wonderful place. Very caring. If you have to go through cancer, these people are the ones to go through it with—very caring staff. Dr. Touloukian is a wonderful person. Highly recommend coastal cancer"

    – Paula M.

    “Our family would like to express our sincere appreciation to you for the concern and care you showed for our mother during the past months as she battled [cancer]. We have watched the effects of aging [and] illness and realize, more than ever, that sometimes the kindness extended to the patient is the most important medicine of all. Thank you for giving that to her.”

    – E.S., Pawleys Island

    "Excellent care has been given to me during this past year. The nurses are wonderful and very compassionate."

    – Martha R.

    “After being on-site for a few days and observing how well you all did your jobs and how you interacted with the patients, I could sense the overall spirit of concern and encouragement that flowed from the staff. The people who come through your front door have been given devastating news. Without the hope and encouragement you provide, they would not have the courage or see the need to suffer through treatments. You are all a blessing to your patients and everyone who comes through your door.”

    -Tom Newmister, Coastal Structures