Cancer Treatment Centers of America
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Welcome to
Cancer Treatment Centers of America
in Atlanta

Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Southeastern Regional Medical Center (Southeastern) is located in historic Newnan, Georgia, just 30 minutes south of Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and a short drive from the metro Atlanta area.

At our Centers for Advanced Oncology at Southeastern, our experienced cancer experts are committed to delivering comprehensive, integrative care, all in one location. Their close collaboration allows our doctors and clinicians to share their knowledge, coordinate treatments and provide multidisciplinary cancer care tailored to each individual patient.


Southeastern Regional
Medical Center
600 Celebrate Life Parkway
Newnan, GA 30265


Our hospital is accredited by the following professional health care organizations:

The Commission on Cancer (CoC)

National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers

The Joint Commission – Top Performer on Key Quality Measures®

Centers for Advanced Oncology

Teams of experts under one roof, focused on
individualized cancer types

Breast Center for Advanced Oncology
Lung Center for Advanced Oncology

At Southeastern, our cancer experts understand the value of focusing on one specific cancer type. That's why we created the Centers for Advanced Oncology. This intensive program brings together multidisciplinary teams of doctors and other clinicians with expertise in treating specific cancer types. The name reflects our deep commitment to delivering advanced treatment options to patients fighting a complex disease.

Experts on what's available now, and what's on the horizon for each cancer type, the Centers clinicians collaborate daily. This close coordination helps them reach a diagnosis more efficiently and recommend an individualized care plan, so you can make an educated decision about your treatment. Knowing that fighting cancer is only part of the battle, your Centers care team may also recommend various evidence-supported therapies to help you manage the side effects of cancer and its treatment. Each patient's team is coordinated by a care manager, who helps you handle the details and responds to your questions as they arise.

Why we are different

At Southeastern, our cancer experts treat cancer, and only cancer, so they are familiar with our patients' unique needs and trained on the wide array of treatments and therapies available. Through our Centers for Advanced Oncology, our teams of specialists focus on individual cancer types, and use advanced technologies and innovative treatment and diagnostic techniques to treat specific cancers.

Each patient is assigned a multidisciplinary care team that works together using an integrative model of care and evidence-supported therapies to help patients manage cancer-related side effects and maintain the strength and stamina to continue treatment and get back to life.

Clinical experts

Our doctors and clinicians are part of multidisciplinary, clinical care teams led by specialists focused on specific cancer types. At our Centers for Advanced Oncology at Southeastern, our team of experts includes specialists with advanced training and experience in treating specific types of cancer, such as breast, lung, colorectal, gynecologic, head and neck and blood/hematologic cancers. We also have physicians who specialize in advanced treatments, including targeted radiation techniques, minimally invasive surgical procedures and reconstructive plastic surgery techniques.

These doctors are part of an extended team that treats not just the cancer but the whole patient, tailoring each treatment plan to the patient’s individual needs.

Your cancer care team will be led by a medical oncologist, and depending on your needs, it may also include a surgical oncologist, a radiation oncologist, registered nurses, licensed dietitians, naturopathic providers, mind-body therapists, pain management physicians, physical therapists and/or spiritual support providers.

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Clinician spotlight

Clinician spotlight

World-renowned Oncologist Dr. Ricardo H. Alvarez, part of the Breast Center for Advanced Oncology, is focused on treating advanced breast cancer, including inflammatory breast cancer, and on leading clinical trials using novel targeted therapies.

Learn more about Dr. Alvarez

Advanced technology

At Southeastern, you'll find innovative treatments and technologies—all under one roof. Our cancer experts use state-of-the-art diagnostic tools, including advanced genomic testing, as well as leading technology to aggressively treat all types of cancer.

With so many treatment options available, cancer patients face many decisions. Our experts at Southeastern have the experience to help navigate the complexities of choosing a treatment plan tailored to your needs.

At Southeastern, our surgeons offer precise surgical approaches, including minimally invasive and reconstructive options, and our radiation oncologists employ technologies designed to reduce the risk of radiation exposure to critical organs.

Additionally, Southeastern is involved in clinical trials on precision treatments and innovative technologies, including immunotherapy and stem-cell targeting therapy. These trials may offer participants options that may have otherwise been unavailable to them.

View all treatment options available at Southeastern

Stem cell transplants

Stem Cell

Our hematologic oncology team specializes in the treatment of blood cancers using advanced medical therapies and a personalized approach. At Southeastern, our blood cancer experts offer a comprehensive array of therapies for patients with blood cancers, including autologous transplant services.

Learn more about the stem cell transplant team at Southeastern

Team approach

At Southeastern, our doctors and clinicians work in unison to deliver personalized, comprehensive cancer care.

Each CTCA patient has a team of cancer experts assigned to his or her care—some devoted to treating the cancer, others focusing on combating side effects.

Because all these doctors and clinicians work together under one roof, they collaborate regularly with one another, and individually with the patient, to design a personalized plan, monitor patient progress and make adjustments when necessary.

Learn more about integrative care

Integrative care

Integrative Cancer Care

To help prevent treatment delays or interruptions, your care team may recommend a number of evidence- supported therapies to help you manage side effects, boost your immune system and maintain your strength throughout treatment.

Watch our video to learn more about managing cancer-related side effects

Meet our survivors

Rod Echols
Rod Echols
Colorectal Cancer

My care team has gone out of its way to provide the best care possible. The radiation team stayed late when needed, and everyone arranged their schedule around mine. My doctors took the time needed to answer my questions.

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Heather Holladay
Heather Holladay
Breast Cancer

In September 2012, I began experiencing itchy skin on my breast. At first, I thought it was just dry skin and nothing to be concerned about. One night, after coming home from teaching Zumba®, I did a self-exam and felt a big knot on the side of my breast.

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Ken Butler
Ken Butler
Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

I had always felt healthy and had never had any serious health issues. Out of the blue one day at work, I began having bad chest pains. I felt a strong pressure, like a vice grip was squeezing my chest and back. I feared I was having a heart attack.

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