Injection Support

Before starting on SIMPONI®, your doctor will train you on the proper way to give yourself an injection under the skin. But if you still have questions, or just need a little more training, we can help. Learn more about Injection Support by clicking on a tab below.

You have questions, we have nurses.

Even after you’ve been trained to give yourself an injection by a healthcare professional, you may still have additional questions. A one-on-one conversation with a skilled nurse can help answer questions about:

  • giving yourself an injection at home with the SmartJect® autoinjector or prefilled syringe
  • preparing your injection site prior to self-injecting
  • properly disposing of your used SmartJect® autoinjector or used syringe

SimponiOne® gives you two convenient ways to connect with a nurse and get answers to your injection questions in the comfort and privacy of your home.

Visit with a nurse on your computer with RN Live Link®.

With RN Live Link®, you can watch online as a skilled SimponiOne® nurse walks you through the SIMPONI® injection process while you talk to each other over the phone. You can also view information on a variety of injection-related topics. It’s the additional support you may need to help you feel comfortable self-injecting with SIMPONI®.

Get Started RN Live Link® is available 7 days a week, from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM E.T.

Or call SimponiOne® Support at 877-MY SIMPONI (877-697-4676).

Talk to a SimponiOne® nurse by phone.

If you prefer just a phone conversation, our nurses are available 7 days a week to answer your questions about the injection process.

¿Habla español?

SimponiOne® offers Spanish-speaking Nurses.
SimponiOne® ofrece enfermeros de habla hispana.

Call SimponiOne® Nurse Support

877-MY SIMPONI (877-697-4676)
7 days a week, 8:00 AM –11:00 PM E.T.

Selected Important Safety Information

SIMPONI® (golimumab) can lower your ability to fight infections. Serious and sometimes fatal events may occur. Possible serious side effects may include infections, lymphoma, or other cancers. To learn more about these and other serious risks, please read the Important Safety Information below and the Medication Guide, and talk with your doctor.

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