Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Southeastern Regional Medical Center (Southeastern) in Newnan, Georgia, offers survivorship support to help patients after cancer treatment is completed. Located in Newnan, Georgia, near Atlanta, Southeastern provides survivorship support to help patients manage side effects and chronic health issues post-treatment. Cancer survivors often experience chronic health problems that may be related to their cancer treatment. These potential side effects include chronic pain, fatigue, cognitive impairment and depression. The survivorship support team at our Georgia cancer treatment center provides clinical services, evidence-based supportive therapies and educational resources to help you manage your quality of life.
Throughout your care, survivorship support providers help you manage side effects and maintain your strength and stamina. Our Georgia hospital also offers counseling and support groups to help you and your family cope with the emotional challenges of cancer and survivorship. At Southeastern, our survivorship support team is available to help patients combat these symptoms and determine a follow-up care plan based on their individual needs and goals. The survivorship support team at our cancer center near Atlanta uses a patient-centered, multidisciplinary approach to care, designed to empower patients and their families with the knowledge and tools to make healthy lifestyle choices after cancer treatment.
The survivorship support team includes nurses and licensed social workers. Throughout your cancer journey, the survivorship support team is available when you need care, support and advocacy. The survivorship support clinicians are part of the CTCA® integrative care approach, designed to help you manage cancer treatment-related symptoms.