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Georgia Cancer Center

If it's cancer, one more reason to see us first.

We believe in helping any cancer patient and any healthcare provider access our services at any point from diagnosis to treatment to survivorship – always with skill and compassion.

1411 Laney Walker Blvd.
Augusta, GA 30912
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Our Approach

Improving Cancer Outcomes with Skill and Compassion

Our mission at the The Georgia Cancer Center is “to reduce the burden of cancer in the State of Georgia and across the globe through superior care, innovation, and education.” We believe in helping any cancer patient and any healthcare provider access our services at any point from diagnosis to treatment to survivorship – always with skill and compassion. We focus on outreach – to our patients within the communities we serve and beyond. If we can help any person improve their outcomes, we’ve helped reduce the number of cancer deaths in Georgia.

Cancer Partnerships across the Region

Known as the state’s cancer center, oncology specialists at The Georgia Cancer Center partner with healthcare providers within the state and across the region to teach the next generation of oncology specialists. Our goal is to help more cancer patients by expanding our reach beyond Augusta with innovative treatments and access to clinical trials.   

The Georgia Cancer Center leads a team of statewide partners in a National Cancer Institute (NCI) Community Oncology Research Program. This collaborative effort is Georgia’s only minority focused research program, one of twelve sites nationally. Our partners include:

Through our broad experience treating patients with cancer across the region, we know seeing a cancer specialist as soon as possible will help reduce the anxiety of uncertainty. At the Georgia Cancer Center, we see all ages of patients through our various facilities, including our main outpatient clinic, the Children’s Hospital of Georgia and our radiation oncology location. We have dedicated parking and helpful navigation to get you where you’re going. We see patients in all phases – for those that may suspect cancer to those that are seeking an innovative clinical trial when other cancer treatment options are limited. For every patient, at any point in your care, our expert services are readily available:

  • Patients can self-refer by simply calling a Nurse Navigator 
  • Nurse Navigators can also help with second opinion requests
  • Find information about access to innovative care through clinical trials      

Blood Cancers and Disorders

When it comes to blood cancers, also known as hematologic cancers, you should see the team at the Georgia Cancer Center first because we offer the region’s only bone marrow and stem cell transplant program to treat adult leukemia, lymphoma and other types of blood cancer.

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Brain cancer refers to cancer cells that originate in the brain or spread from other areas of the body to the brain. Cancer care can be complex, but the neuro-oncology clinic makes it simple with the region’s only multidisciplinary clinic for brain tumors.

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Breast Cancer

Using the most advanced diagnostic tools, including 3D mammography, we care for patients through all phases of cancer care, including diagnosis, treatment, recovery and survivorship.

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Genitourinary Cancers

We provide the area’s only multidisciplinary genitourinary cancer program. We offer the area’s most advanced treatment options to help spare healthy tissue. You’ll find innovative clinical trials, with new treatments not available anywhere else in the region.

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Gynecologic Cancers

Gynecologic cancer is defined as the spread of abnormal cells from various areas of the female reproductive system, including the ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes. There are certain ways to reduce your risk of developing this type of cancer, as well as ways to help detect it in early stages. The Georgia Cancer Center's Multi-disciplinary Gynecological Cancer Team cares for patients who have been diagnosed with a variety of cancers and cancer-related diseases.

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Head and Neck Cancers

If you or a family member is suffering from head or neck cancer know that you can count on our experienced cancer care team. The Georgia Cancer Center Head and Neck Team is a cohesive, multidisciplinary team of experts who are highly skilled in the latest treatment options for head and neck disorders, including endocrine surgery.

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Lung Cancer

Our goal at the Georgia Cancer Center is to balance exceptional outcomes with high quality of life and optimum lung function.

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Pediatric Cancer and Childhood Blood Disorders

The Children's Hospital of Georgia's pediatric hematology and oncology team works with children diagnosed with cancer or blood disorders to provide the multidisciplinary care they need right here in the Augusta, Georgia area.

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Evidence-Based Medicine Includes Focus on Research and Clinical Trials

At an academic medical center like Augusta University, your care options are not limited, but include innovative treatments through unique research programs. Our oncology research team has been awarded prestigious grants from the National Cancer Institute and the National Institutes of Health, including the state’s only minority-focused research program. This evidence-based approach to care means that your treatment plan may include clinical trials or treatment options not available elsewhere. Through our wide range of cancer treatments, our goal is to help reduce the burden of cancer and improve your quality of life.

Minimally-Invasive Surgery Reduces the Burden of Cancer

At the Georgia Cancer Center, our multi-disciplinary team provides innovative treatment options, including minimally-invasive surgeries, for improved patient outcomes. The benefits of a less invasive surgery include:

  • Smaller incisions
  • Less trauma and bleeding
  • Reduced scarring
  • Less pain 

Offering the region’s most advanced Da Vinci surgical technology, our Center for Advanced Robotic Surgery offers expertise and significant experience in a range of minimally-invasive techniques. Through this advanced technology and expertise across a wide range of cancer types, our goal is to reduce the burden of cancer for you and improve your quality of life.

Support Services Available to Help Patients and Family Members

Whether an initial cancer diagnosis or dealing with the chronic course of illness, our specially-trained team of supportive care specialists are here to help you manage symptoms and cope throughout all stages of this journey. At the Georgia Cancer Center, we don’t just take care of your cancer, we take care of you. Learn more about our wide range of support services.


Our Providers

Augusta University Medical Center specialists provide care and support throughout your entire healthcare journey.

Albo, Daniel, MD, PhD

Oncology Surgery

Miller, Devin T, MD

Gynecologic Oncology

Kutlar, Abdullah, MD


Ring, Eric K, MD

Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

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