Coronavirus Update 4/30/2020

All Tennessee Oncology locations remain open. As recommended by the Center for Disease Control, protective gear and screening tools are in use at all locations. A mask should be worn by anyone planning to enter Tennessee Oncology locations.

Visitors remain restricted to one adult per patient in exam rooms only. While patients receive treatments, imaging scans or lab tests at any of our centers, visitors are asked to remain in their vehicles. At some locations, patients may be asked to wait in their vehicles until ready to be seen.

We are continuing to prescreen our patients:
• If you have a new onset of fever(s), cough/shortness of breath, muscle pain, headache or loss of taste and smell, please call us before your scheduled appointment.
• Call before your appointment if you have, in the last 14 days, been tested for Coronavirus, been directly exposed to someone with a confirmed case, or to someone being tested for Coronavirus.

Some patients may be eligible for telemedicine visits. If you have any questions, please call your clinic for assistance. Thank you.

“We are thrilled that the physicians at 
University Oncology Hematology Associates
have chosen to join Tennessee Oncology.”

Jeff Patton, MD,
Executive Chairman, Tennessee Oncology
and 
CEO, OneOncology

Learn more HERE.