The cancer care team of Northwest Georgia Oncology Centers, P.C. (NGOC) is committed to FIGHTING FOR YOU as leaders and innovators of community-based cancer treatment and patient-centered care. We’re proud to be the largest community-based, independent cancer practice in Georgia.
Also, as a fully-accredited Oncology Medical Home by the Commission on Cancer, we are one of the nation’s premier community cancer centers meeting stringent standards including innovative patient-centered care and engagement, expanded access to advanced evidence and team-based care and quality improvements to deliver high quality and value to the patient.
Since NGOC is independent and physician-owned, we are able to provide comprehensive services and advanced cancer treatments at a lower cost than hospital-owned practices with the extra benefit of easier access to care. By choosing NGOC, you help us control cancer costs and strengthen the access and availability of the most advanced cancer treatments and clinical trials close to home.
When it comes to being at the forefront of latest cancer treatment, research and patient advocacy, NGOC delivers by:
Providing patient-centered care with a caretaker’s heart.
Fighting cancer at 10 community-based cancer centers in six counties, our cancer care team specializes in the treatment of cancer and blood disorders. Our cancer doctors are experts in their field collaboratively working together and with other specialists, including surgeons and radiation oncologists, to achieve optimal clinical outcomes.
Working toward a cancer cure by offering advanced treatments and clinical trials.
The cancer specialists at NGOC are actively involved in cancer research through offering clinical trials for various types of cancer. This provides you with access to the newest cancer drugs often before they are commercially available.
Fighting to sustain community-based access to cancer treatment in the ever-changing healthcare system.
We’re committed to sustaining and strengthening the accessibility, quality and value of community-based medical oncology practices through influencing public policy and our national advocacy work. NGOC is one of seven cancer practices chosen to participate in a nationwide oncology medical home model pilot program designed to sustain the health and accessibility of community-based oncology practices and uphold quality measures, accountability and patient satisfaction. We work hard to ensure you and the people diagnosed with cancer in the future continue to have access to the best community-based care at the lowest cost.