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The skilled nurses at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) foster an atmosphere that embodies the Mother Standard® of care—the patient-focused principle upon which CTCA® was founded. Our nurses create an environment that supports teamwork, work-life balance, employee engagement and professional development, which reflect our hospital’s commitment to providing quality, patient-centered care.

To learn more about our program, review our 2019 Nursing Annual Report.

Embarking on our Journey to Magnet Excellence®

The Magnet Recognition Program® is considered the gold standard of nursing excellence, recognizing health care organizations that provide high-quality patient care and professionalism in the nursing practice. Of the more than 5,000 hospitals in the United States, fewer than 7 percent are Magnet-designated. In 2017, CTCA Atlanta formally began the extensive process to become one of them.

Accredited by the Commission on Cancer

CTCA Atlanta is accredited by the Commission on Cancer (CoC) as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Program. Accreditation by the CoC, a quality program of the American College of Surgeons, demonstrates a cancer program’s commitment to providing high-quality, multidisciplinary, patient-centered care, along with access to the wide scope of cancer care services required to diagnose, treat, rehabilitate and support patients along their journey. 

Learn more about our other accreditations.

DAISY Award for extraordinary nurses

The DAISY Award Foundation was established by a patient’s family who wanted to find a way to thank nurses and honor the work they do for patients and families every day. DAISY partners with health care organizations to recognize nurses’ clinical skills and compassion.

Recent DAISY Award recipients at CTCA Atlanta include:

  • Elaine Wallace, RN: “I want patients to know they are important, and they matter to me. I get emotional talking about it. I try to encourage them.”
  • Alexis Evans, RN: “I have encountered a lot of impactful moments during my nursing career; however, to me, the most impactful is hearing a simple thank you from patients and their families. I would encourage others to become a nurse because it is such a rewarding job.”
  • Stephanie Storey, RN: ““There isn’t anything else I could see myself doing. I enjoy taking care of my patients and their families. Nursing is an amazing career.”

Learn more about the DAISY Awards.

Professional development

CTCA Atlanta is committed to the professional development of nurses at all levels in the organization. CTCA Atlanta has several programs focused on the continuing education of our nurses, professional advancement via the clinical ladder program, professional certification support programs, online learning platforms, evidence-based practice resources and tuition reimbursement benefits. Professional development is key to achieving and sustaining a culture of nursing excellence, which is essential to delivering quality patient care.

Nursing innovation

Nurses at CTCA Atlanta are dedicated to the advancement of nursing research and evidence-based practices. Nursing research studies approved by the Institutional Review Board are conducted at CTCA Atlanta in order to expand knowledge and nursing practices related to the care of cancer patients. These studies are intended to gain new knowledge to improve patient outcomes and the work environment for nurses.

Caring for the community

Our nurses not only prioritize quality cancer care for patients at CTCA Atlanta, but they also support and volunteer in the local community. Nurses at CTCA Atlanta regularly provide comprehensive health education and screenings in the community with a mission to improve overall health and wellness.

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Where we are located

CTCA Atlanta

Department of Nursing
600 Celebrate Life Pkwy.
Newnan, GA 30265
New patients: 855-747-2778 | Existing Patients: (770) 830-CTCA

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