Getting Started

Working with your doctor, it’s easy to get your treatment off to a good start with the following:

  • Ask
    Ask your doctor to train you on the proper way to self-inject SIMPONI® medication.
  • Call
    Call a SimponiOne® Care Coordinator to review your health insurance benefits and potential out-of-pocket medication costs, and to find out if you're eligible for medication cost support for SIMPONI®.

    ¿Habla español?
    SimponiOne® offers Spanish-speaking Care Coordinators.
    SimponiOne® ofrece Coordinadores de Atención de habla hispana.
  • Fill
    Fill your SIMPONI® medication prescription through a specialty pharmacy, or order directly from your local pharmacy, so you have it in time for your next scheduled treatment date. SimponiOne® can also help you locate a specialty pharmacy.
  • Contact
    Contact Janssen Nurse Support for the additional injection support you may need when injecting on your own, at home. Nurses are available weekdays, 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM, and weekends, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Eastern Time. At all other times, a nurse will return your call in about 15 minutes.

    ¿Habla español?
    Janssen Nurse Support offers assistance in Spanish.
    El soporte de enfermería de Janssen ofrece asistencia en español.
  • Enroll
    Enroll in SimponiOne® Safe Returns® for a simple and safe way to dispose of your used SIMPONI® injection device immediately after each once-monthly treatment, with the convenience of a once-a-year return service – at no additional cost to you.
  • Schedule
    Schedule your medication and treatment reminders with Care4Today™ Mobile Health Manager. Learn more and download the free app at

Selected Important Safety Information

SIMPONI® (golimumab) can lower your ability to fight infections. Serious and sometimes fatal events may occur. There have been reports of serious infections including tuberculosis (TB) and infections caused by bacteria, fungi, or viruses that have spread throughout the body. Other possible serious side effects may include lymphoma, skin cancer, a rare and fatal cancer called hepatosplenic T-cell lymphoma, other cancers, hepatitis B, heart failure, nervous system problems, lupus-like syndrome, or allergic reactions. To learn more about these and other risks, please read the Important Safety Information and the Medication Guide, and talk with your doctor.

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