Facing a Diagnosis Together

When you’re ready to take the next steps to cancer treatment
and healing, we’re here to walk with you.

When you first step into our office, you’ll immediately discover the difference in our patient care. Our intimate environment provides a level of comfort that will put you and your support system at ease.

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Welcoming Environment
Trusted Reputation
Personalized Care
Innovative Treatments
Patient & Family Support
Oncologist doctor with patient at M2 Oncology in Clovis, CA

Frequently Asked Questions

The best way to come prepared for your first appointment is to complete our new patient forms in advance and bring them with you.

We also recommend arriving 15 minutes early for your first visit so all your paperwork and insurance information can be processed before your scheduled appointment time. Please bring your photo ID, insurance card(s) – including your prescription insurance card if applicable – and all medicines you are currently taking in their labeled bottles (that includes prescription and over-the-counter meds, as well as vitamins and herbal supplements).

For billing questions, please contact Rene at 559-387-1960

If you’re experiencing any of the following problems – or if you have any questions/concerns at all – please call us:

A fever of 100.3° degrees Fahrenheit or shaking chills

• Diarrhea for 24 hours or longer

• No bowel movement in 48 hours or longer

• Pain, burning on urination or foul smelling urine

• Feeling short of breath or a new cough

• Sore mouth or throat

• Nausea not relieved with medications

• Unable to eat or drink

• Lightheaded or dizzy

• Pain that is not managed with medications

• A new rash or worsening rash

• Feeling more weak or tired than usual

If you are having problems early in the day, don’t delay calling. If you are unsure if you should call the doctor or nurse, make the call. There is a doctor available 7 days per week and 24 hours per day our number is at 559-299-6600

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TREATMENTS

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Chemotherapy

Chemotherapy Chemotherapy Chemotherapy can be used to treat a variety of cancer types and is typically delivered through a infusion process. There [...]

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Radiation

Radiation is a focused treatment option that can specifically target organs or tissue that are easily isolated and identified as requiring treatment.

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Palliative Care

While many treatments are used to eliminate or minimize cancer growth, palliative care is offered to relieve a cancer patient’s stress and symptoms.

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Infusion Center

We partner with Community Medical Center’s Ambulatory Infusion Center, conveniently located just one door down the hall from our office.

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Clinical Trials

Your world now includes a variety of appointments, prescriptions and other unfamiliar situations that can leave you feeling overwhelmed.

Facing a Diagnosis Together

When you’re ready to take the next steps to cancer treatment and healing, we’re here to walk with you.

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