For your convenience, MOH is able to fill prescriptions for many oncology and hematology-related drugs. We understand the importance of getting started on your treatment right away by providing:

  • Prior authorization on medications
  • Locating foundations that may be able to assist with co-pays
  • Assisting with locating and filling out free drug applications offered by some manufacturers
  • Courteous and knowledgeable team


MOH’s Retail Pharmacies and In-Office Dispensaries participate with most insurance plans; standard co-pays apply. We are able to verify coverage, as well as find co-payment assistance programs. Your out-of-pocket expense may be reduced by using our pharmacies and dispensaries.

Prescription Fill Requests 

Fills of prescription drugs can only be filled during regular business hours. This restriction is for your protection as we must be able to access your most up-to-date and complete medical records to ensure you receive appropriate medications and approvals from your physician.

Contact the Office at your primary location:

For fill requests, please provide the following information:

  • Patient Full Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Phone Number
  • Prescription Number
  • Name of Medication
  • Your Preferred Dispensary Phone Number

Messages left before 4:00 PM will be addressed before close of business the next day. All prescription fill requests left on voicemail after hours will be processed the next business day. For narcotic fills, a doctor’s visit within one month of a fill request is required by law. All other fills require visits within the past six months. You must bring all medications to every appointment.


Important Note to MOH Patients

Maryland Oncology Hematology is working with the US Oncology Network to lower drug costs for our patients with cancer. While we do not set the pricing for drugs, we do have opportunities to choose which brand or version of a given drug we will stock.  In so doing, we support competition among the manufacturers which drives down the cost for both patients and for the insurance companies.

Recently, some of the most costly agents that we use, the biological agents / monoclonal antibodies, have lost patents and are now available from various sources, allowing us to potentially lower costs for our patients, our practice, and insurance companies without compromising effectiveness or patient safety. As we make the conversion to alternative versions of these drugs, you may see your out-of-pocket cost change significantly. 

Below is a current list of the drugs for which we have chosen a biosimilar product. If you have questions about this, please address them with your provider. The MOH pharmacists are also willing to answer any questions that you may have.

Monoclonal Antibodies Moving to Competitive Brands:

  • Rituxan
  • Neupogen
  • Herceptin
  • Procrit
  • Avastin
  • Neulasta