Helpful Information

Coastal Cancer Center strives to ensure our patients have access to the latest resources needed to make educated decisions about their individual treatment plans and course of care. The links below are provided as a courtesy to those visiting our website to help locate the most detailed information on cancer from reliable sources. Coastal Cancer Center is not responsible for the content or services provided within.

Patient Education and Support

  • Accepted Insurance Companies
  • American Cancer Society
  • National Comprehensive Cancer Network
  • National Cancer Institute
  • National Institutes of Health
  • CancerCare
  • Best Chance Network
    Valuable information on how the Best Chance Network provides South Carolina women with free breast and cervical screenings.  Qualifying applicants must meet specific requirements.
  • Caring Bridge
    Caring Bridge aims to provide people with cancer the opportunity to create their own webpage in an effort to keep family and friends updated on their health status.
  • Look Good…Feel Better 
    This website is for women with cancer, providing information regarding makeup techniques and appearance improvements during treatment. Information on local workshops can be found here or by calling 1-800-227-2345.
  • LegalZoom
    Legal Zoom is an easy-to-use, online service that helps people create legal documents including living trust, living will and health care power of attorney.
    The official U.S. government website for information on Medicare.  Select South Carolina or North Carolina from the menu for local information.
  • Medigap Policy Research
    Find a Medigap policy in your area with this easy-to-use tool that compares policies, costs and premiums.
  • LiveLung AND PROSPER!
    Virtual Cancer Group meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 12:00pm ET. Meetings provide educational guest speakers, fellowship, and hope! These meetings are free and open to everyone impacted by lung cancer, including patients and people who care about them. To learn more call 1-704-890-LUNG(5864).

    Small Cell Lung Cancer Group (SCLC) virtual meetings held once a month for patients and their loved ones. Meetings will be held at various times, depending on availability of expert speakers, as well as group member preferences. Sign up to be notified of meetings and other events at  

  • Cactus Cancer Society
    Creative and supportive online programs for cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers, ages 18-45. Online program includes art workshops, creative writing workshops, journaling workshops, guys discussion group, YA cancer book club, and more all designed to allow adults facing cancer to connect, cope, and thrive with one another in an online community. Learn more at

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Our Centers

Myrtle Beach Center

8121 Rourk Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

Conway Center

817 Farrar Drive, Conway, SC 29526

Loris Center

3008 Bayboro Street, Loris, SC 29569

Murrells Inlet Center

4620 Highway 17 South, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

Call Coastal Cancer Center to schedule an appointment with our experienced oncology care team.

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