Stories from our Patients

Fighting cancer, together.

"The infusion room is the most upbeat place she’s ever been."
"Each time my results come back good."
"It’s better to have fun than worry."
"They took a personal interest in me and my family."
She describes her treatment as amazing.

No matter what Cancer,
We are here to fight for you.

Our Mission

We provide help and inspire hope to those affected by cancer through high quality, advanced oncology and hematology cancer treatments and leading-edge technology.

We are a Leader in Clinical Trials.

For us, the fight against cancer is an urgent one. We are motivated every day to improve the lives of our patients through our Clinical Trials.

We are Here for You.

As you prepare for your first appointment, we understand you may be scared, sad, or even angry. You’re venturing into the unknown, but not to the unknowing. Our clinical team of cancer specialists are here to help navigate you through; making you feel welcome, answering your questions, and always ready to help you.

We Believe in Second Opinions.

It’s normal to want a second opinion - getting more information or different treatment options helps you feel sure about your diagnosis and treatment plan. Our doctors can look at your test results, talk with you about your personal situation, and maybe give you a different take on your cancer.

Looking for Answers

Some Answers to Questions that Matter.

Cancer begins in the cells which are the basic building blocks that make up tissue. Tissue is found through out the body.  Sometimes, the process of cell growth goes wrong and new cells form when they are not needed and other old or damaged cells do not die as they should.  This build up of cells many times forms a mass of tissue called a growth or tumor or can circulate through tissues via blood and blood-forming organs. 

Most people with cancer will have only one primary treatment for their cancer. But usually, there is a combination of treatments. The types of treatment will depend on the type of cancer you have and how advanced it is. It is normal to feel overwhelmed and confused. But, talking with your doctor and learning all you can about all the options, including clinical trials, can help you make a good decision.

A series of cycles of treatment is called a course. A treatment course often takes between 3 to 6 months but it can be more or less than that. During that time, you would probably have between 4 to 8 cycles of treatment.

Some doctors use the term “cured” when referring to cancer that doesn’t come back within 5 years. But cancer can still come back, so it’s never truly cured. There is no true cure for any cancer. But new advances are helping move us closer than ever to a true cure.

Please keep in mind every patient's cancer situation is different and there are many questions and answers you will need to ask your doctor concerning your cancer diagnosis and treatment. Talk with your NGOC physician to best understand what’s going on with your cancer care.

Request An Appointment

If you have cancer, a medical oncologist is needed to manage your care. A good oncologist has the knowledge and training to diagnose your condition and give you the right treatment. At NGOC we are here to help you each and everyday.

NGOC is one of the nation’s premier community cancer centers meeting stringent standards including innovative patient-centered care and engagement, expanded access to advanced evidence and team-based care, and quality improvements to deliver high quality and value to you the patient.

Transparency in Coverage Rule

This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.

We at NGOC appreciate you entrusting your patients to our care. Please call the Northwest Georgia Oncology Centers Central Referral Line if you have any questions.