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Winship Cancer Institute NCI Designated Cancer Center
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia

Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University is Georgia's first and only cancer center designated by the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Designation requires meeting rigorous criteria for the depth and breadth of basic science and clinical research, in addition to cancer prevention, control, and population/behavioral sciences. Designation requires effective collaboration among various disciplines and with community partners in private practice and in academic centers throughout Georgia and across the nation. With this recognition comes the responsibility to provide public information, education and outreach to other health care professionals and the community. NCI designation for Winship gives Georgians improved access to clinical trials and resources that may not be available elsewhere.

The Winship Cancer Institute (Winship) at Emory University is a multidisciplinary matrix center that supports, facilitates, coordinates, and centralizes cancer research, quality oncology care, education, and dissemination at Emory University and its affiliate institutions in order to reduce the burden of cancer, associated morbidity, and mortality in the state of Georgia, the Southeastern region, and the U.S. Winship is dedicated to the integration of innovative clinical and basic science research with outstanding patient care for the prevention, treatment and control of cancer.

1-888-946-7447
www.winshipcancer.emory.edu

Research & Clinical Trials
Nancy N. and J.C. Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion (LCRP) at St. Joseph's/Candler
NCI Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP)
Savannah, Georgia

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP) is a network of hospital cancer centers that serve as a community-based platform to support basic, clinical, and population-based research initiatives across the cancer care continuum—from prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship through end-of-life care. One of the goals of the NCCCP is to increase access to clinical trials in a community setting. Through a strategic partnership between the NCI and participating hospitals, the NCCCP is a hospital-based cancer center network designed to support cancer research, and enhance access to and increase quality of care at community hospitals so more patients benefit from the latest research.

The Nancy N. and J.C. Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion (LCRP) was one of the first of ten health systems selected by the NCCCP in 2007 to participate in what was originally a pilot program. It has since grown to a full-fledged program with 30 locations. As a National Cancer Institute NCCCP site, clinical research is one of the top goals of the LCRP. Every month the LCRP initiates several new clinical trials and anticipates having trials to offer patients with virtually every type and stage of cancer. Scientific breakthroughs lead to positive changes in the fight against cancer, and these trials will assist the LCRP in its dedication to deliver the best level of patient care in their own community.

(888) 819-1081
www.sjhs.org
www.cancerpavilion.com

NCI Designated Program
Northside Hospital Cancer Institute
National Community Cancer Center Program (NCCCP)
Atlanta, Georgia

Northside Hospital Cancer Institute is among the 30 sites chosen by the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, to join a national network of community cancer centers offering expanded research opportunities and state-of-the-art cancer care. The National Cancer Institute Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP) is working to bring the latest scientific advances and evidence-based care within easy reach of cancer patients in underserved rural, suburban and inner-city locations across the United States.

The NCCCP hospitals provide care spanning the cancer continuum – from prevention, screening, diagnoses, treatment and survivorship. The primary benefits for the patients and the community are:

  • Care Close to Home: for many cancer patients the best cancer care and access to clinical trials is simply out of reach because it requires too much travel and time away from family and jobs. The NCCCP was founded on the principle that patients should not have to travel to receive the highest level of cancer care.
  • Nurse Navigators: help to guide the patient and family through the healthcare system.
  • Clinical Trials: patients at NCCCP hospitals have greater opportunities to participate in clinical trials and access to enhanced screening, palliative care and other services.

(404) 851-8000
www.northside.com

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