For Patients

Thank you for choosing Northwest Georgia Oncology Centers, P.C. (NGOC).  You have Georgia’s largest community-based, independent cancer practice FIGHTING FOR YOU with nine cancer center locations and a collaborative network of board-certified medical oncologists and hematologists.  We are able to offer the most advanced treatments at the lowest cost since we are physician-owned, not hospital-owned.

Fully accredited by the Commission on Cancer as an Oncology Medical Home, we deliver patient-centered care with expertise and compassion and excel in providing quality and the latest advancements in evidence-based cancer treatment and care. We’re making remarkable progress in the fight against cancer by offering the most advanced treatments, targeted therapies and a robust clinical trial program, one of the most active in Georgia.

Your life is at the center of our care.

Being diagnosed with cancer is life-altering and never easy. The promising news is that more patients are living a prolonged life with cancer or living years, even decades, cancer-free.

Although we are cancer experts, the answer to the question “Why me?” is not well understood. We don’t completely understand why some people develop cancer and others don’t, but we do know environmental and genetic factors play a role.

The questions we answer with confidence and expertise is “What now?”  At NGOC, we fight cancer with:

  • The most advanced treatments and cutting-edge clinical trials available close to home
  • A personalized treatment plan administered by physicians fiercely committed to you and the best clinical outcome possible
  • The support and encouragement of a medical team devoted to fighting for you with compassion and patient-centered care

At NGOC, we’re FIGHTING FOR YOU.

Cancer is a group of diseases characterized by abnormal, uncontrolled cell growth in the body.   It develops into a malignant, or cancerous, lump, mass or tumor that can spread or metastasize throughout the body via the circulatory or lymphatic systems.   Some cancers involving the blood and blood-forming organs don’t form tumors but circulate through other tissues where they grow.