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May 15, 2019

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

At our Lung, GI and Breast Cancer Centers in Atlanta, 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.

CTCA Atlanta

Comprehensive Cancer Care and Research Center
600 Celebrate Life Pkwy., Newnan, GA 30265
New patients: 888-552-6760 | Existing patients: 770-830-CTCA
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Why we are different

With cancer treatments constantly developing and breakthroughs and discoveries changing the course of care, deciding which treatment is right for you is critical. At CTCA® Atlanta, our experts treat cancer with a wide range of standard-of-care and state-of-the-art tools and techniques. As cancer specialists, our experts are familiar with cancer patients’ unique needs and trained in a multitude of available treatments and therapies. Through our cancer centers, our teams of medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, surgeons and other clinicians focus on individual cancer types and use innovative treatment and diagnostic techniques to treat specific cancers. We also offer clinical trials to qualified patients.

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

At CTCA® Atlanta, you and your caregivers can participate in various activities and classes to help you relax and enjoy your stay as much as possible while going through treatment. View our June and July 2019 activities calendar.

As part of our commitment to making a difference in the lives of the people we serve, we invest in the local communities we call home, partnering with and supporting a wide variety of organizations that help cancer patients and further cancer research. Learn how you can help by participating in one or more of these volunteer opportunities in the Atlanta area.

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Our Breast, Lung and GI Cancer Centers

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

At CTCA Atlanta, our cancer experts understand the value of focusing on one specific cancer type. That's why we created our cancer centers. This intensive program brings together multidisciplinary teams of doctors and other clinicians with expertise in treating specific cancer types. Our expert clinicians in the CTCA Breast Cancer Center, Lung Cancer Center and GI Cancer Center in Atlanta collaborate daily, delivering comprehensive, personalized treatments tailored to each patient’s needs and goals.

This close coordination helps our experts reach a diagnosis more efficiently and design personalized care plans so our patients can make educated decisions about their treatment. Knowing that fighting cancer is only part of the battle, our centers care team may suggest various evidence-informed supportive therapies to help manage the side effects of cancer and its treatment. Each patient's team is coordinated by a nurse navigator, who handles the details and responds to patients’ and caregivers’ questions as they arise.

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When Emily was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 36, she didn't just want a doctor; she wanted an entire team. That's why she chose Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA). Our integrative approach to care puts all of Emily's doctors, nurses, therapists and other clinicians under one roof.

CTCA® has a focus on caring for the whole body, not just the cancer. Acupuncture and chiropractic care during my chemotherapy really made a difference in how I felt and helped me to continue life as normally as possible during treatment." — Emily W., breast cancer patient

At CTCA in Newnan, we provide the answers, speed of care and personalized treatment plans to help every patient tackle his or her cancer head-on. It's all a part of our Mother Standard® of care—a standard we're proud to deliver for our Newnan neighbors.

Get to know some of our team

Surrounding yourself with a team of doctors focused only on treating cancer allows you to explore cutting-edge options sooner. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, or are already undergoing treatment, and you are unsure of what to do, the oncology experts at CTCA Atlanta can recommend a treatment plan that is individualized for your cancer and your needs, one designed to help you manage side effects and get back to life. Click the links below to learn more about some of our experts, or if you are interested in joining a compassionate team making a difference in the lives of cancer patients, explore career opportunities at CTCA Georgia.

Alan Yahanda - Chair, CTCA Department of Surgery

Alan Yahanda

Chair, CTCA Department of Surgery

Sean Cavanaugh - Director, CTCA Genitourinary Cancer Institute

Sean Cavanaugh

Director, CTCA Genitourinary Cancer Institute

Elizabeth Min Hui Kim - Director, CTCA Breast Cancer Institute

Elizabeth Min Hui Kim

Surgical Oncology Director, CTCA Breast Cancer Institute

Patricia Rich - Medical Oncology Director, CTCA Lung Cancer Institute; Vice Chief of Staff

Patricia Rich

Medical Oncology Director, CTCA Lung Cancer Institute; Vice Chief of Staff, CTCA Atlanta

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"Faith became one of the most important aspects of my experience with cancer and its treatment. I recall a pastor at CTCA reassuring me that it was perfectly okay to wonder why this had happened to me—to ask God why someone who has two children, who exercises and eats well, why this would happen. But, she said, don’t get stuck there. Don’t get stuck asking, 'Why me?' Instead, let the question move into, 'What are you trying to show me?' That question allowed me to stop worrying, to pray and give thanks to God, and keep going with my day. It allowed me to relinquish some control."

Jennifer Thigpen

Jennifer T.

Breast Cancer



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