Dr. Brian Hess examines a patient

For Providers

MUSC Hollings Cancer Center is committed to strengthening the health of communities across our state and beyond. That’s why we’re here to partner with our peers to find the solution that best fits each unique cancer patient. Our team can assist with complex cases and offer specialty care to help ensure both you and your patient have access to the resources you need to achieve the best outcome.

NCI Designation

As the only National Cancer Institute-designed cancer center in South Carolina, Hollings is part of an elite network of 71 designated centers across the nation that are collaborating to accelerate scientific discoveries and offer cancer patients more and better treatment options.

Refer a Patient

If you are a health professional and would like to refer a patient to Hollings Cancer Center, please call the appropriate specialty number listed on our guide for becoming established as a Hollings patient. You may also contact MEDULINE, which is MUSC Health’s consultation line exclusively for health care professionals. This resource is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 843-792-2200 or 800-922-5250.

Discuss an Oncology Case

To discuss an oncology case with a provider about another specialty, call 843-792-2200 or 800-922-5250.

Virtual Tumor Boards

Our multidisciplinary cancer teams can provide specialty consultation remotely to help develop customized treatment plans that address each patient's diagnosis and medical history. The Virtual Tumor Board program at Hollings consists of two boards: our Virtual Neuro-Oncology Tumor Board and our Virtual Thoracic Tumor Board.

Both boards provide a forum for in-depth, evidence-based discussion of tumor diagnosis and management and can help identify which patients may benefit from clinical trials. Each program holds its own weekly tumor board with specialists in medical oncology, surgery, radiology, radiation oncology, pathology, research, clinical trials, and epidemiology.

Submitting a Case

When submitting a case, physicians may choose to virtually attend the tumor board to present their patient and discuss the case while interacting with the assembled specialists via teleconference. They also may choose to receive a summary of the discussion and the tumor board’s recommendation in lieu of attending.

Visit the links below for more information or to submit a case.

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