The Georgia Cancer Center
The Georgia Cancer Center’s (GCC) mission is to reduce the burden of cancer in the State of Georgia and across the globe through superior care, innovation, and education. The GCC is made up of the M. Bert Storey Research Building, the Outpatient Services clinic, the Radiation Oncology Center, sections of the Children's Hospital of Georgia, and sections of Augusta University Medical Center.
The Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University brings together a team of basic science researchers, clinicians, radiation oncologists, nurse navigators, and patient support staff to create a community fostering innovation and care focused on improving the lives of our patients.
This team approach is focused on patients across the state of Georgia and neighboring states providing access to more first-in-the-nation clinical trials, world-renowned experts, and a multidisciplinary approach that keeps the patient at the center of care.
The Georgia Cancer Center sees nearly 2,000 new cancer patients annually, and over 60,000 patient visits occur at the cancer center annually.
To learn more about the Georgia Cancer Center and the services it can offer patients, visit our website.