Prescriptions – Pharmacy

Pharmacy at the NGOC Marietta Cancer Center

To better serve your prescription needs, Northwest Georgia Oncology Centers (NGOC) offers a specialty pharmacy at the Marietta Cancer Center serving all NGOC cancer centers. The pharmacy is staffed by a pharmacist and pharmacy technicians with expertise in oncology and hematology medications and resources to help expedite treatment.

Same Day or 24-Hour Fulfillment

  • Specializing in oncology and hematology drugs (most kept in stock) to prevent treatment delay
  • Expedited service at time of appointment/checkout. In most cases, medications are delivered to the patient’s home location to coincide with their office visit. The pharmacy also can deliver oral chemotherapy drugs to the patient’s home when needed.

Insurance Assistance

  • We accept most prescription insurance plans including Medicare and Medicaid
  • Prior authorization granted onsite
  • Help with insurance eligibility and coverage

Competitive Pricing

  • Out-of-pocket expenses minimized
  • Utilization of financial assistance programs and current vouchers/coupons if eligible

All medications should be refilled during office visits. If you need a refill between visits, call your NGOC cancer center during regular office hours before your medication runs out. Please note many medications cannot be called into your neighborhood retail pharmacy. 

340 Kennestone Hospital Blvd., Suite 200
Marietta, GA 30060
Pharmacy Direct Line: 770-281-5115
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Fridays: 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Discount Prescription Resources

If you are interested in finding out how to save on out-of-pocket expenses, ask the pharmacist to have the NGOC Pharmacy patient advocate contact you.

Below are some resources to help reduce your medication costs:

  • Apply to a Patient Assistance Program. These programs are sponsored by the pharmaceutical company that manufactures your medication. The programs are designed to assist patients with no prescription drug insurance coverage and with limited financial resources to obtain medications at no cost. For more information concerning applications and eligibility requirements, visit:
  • Apply for a co-pay assistance card. These cards are designed to assist the patient when their commercial prescription plan requires a high out-of-pocket cost for the medication.