When you reach your destination, store your SIMPONI® medication as directed in the Medication Guide that comes with your medication until you’re ready to use it. Information on using the Travel Pack appears on the Travel Advisory Card that comes with it.
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A SimponiOne® Care Coordinator can also refer you to a specialty pharmacy that can arrange for the prompt shipment of your medication to your home or other convenient location. Learn more about Treatment Support by clicking on a tab below.
SimponiOne® offers Spanish-speaking Care Coordinators.
SimponiOne® ofrece Coordinadores de Atención de habla hispana.
Traveling with SIMPONI®
If you need to travel when it’s time for your once-monthly SIMPONI® injection, you’ll need to keep the medication cold. The SIMPONI® Travel Pack holds your SmartJect® autoinjector or prefilled syringe, so your medication stays cold and protected from light.
Travel Advisory Card
If you’re traveling by plane, have your doctor complete and sign this card. It lets security agents at the gate know that the medicine is for your own therapeutic use, so you can carry your SIMPONI® on the plane.
Keep your SIMPONI® Travel Pack and Travel Advisory Card with your other travel items so they will be handy when you need them.
Or call SimponiOne® Support at 877-MY SIMPONI (877-697-4676) Mon – Fri, 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM ET
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.