Creating Community Catalysts
One of the Georgia Cancer Center’s main goals is to reach out to our community, engage
them in partnerships, and empower them to become catalysts and work together to increase
healthy behaviors, prevent many cancers and reduce the risk of developing many others.
From prevention through survivorship, we want to be the ‘go to’ resource and be with
the community every step of the way. We provide information that ranges from prevention
education to special events; from screenings to research updates; from clinical care
to survivorship programs – all with the focus on supporting those at risk of developing
cancer, those being affected by a diagnosis of cancer, and those suffering cancer
health disparities and inequities.
How to Connect
We want to be your "go to" resource for helping keep you, your family, your friends,
co-workers, and employers that make up our community informed about ways to prevent
cancer and the role that screening plays in detecting cancer early. Our goal is to
continue building partnerships that promote engagement so that, together, we promote
health, reduce cancer incidence, and increase survival rates with quality of life.
GET INVOLVED AND GET EDUCATED
The Georgia Cancer Center is proud to provide Patient- and Family-Centered Care inside our Outpatient Services clinic, the Georgia Radiation Center, the Children’s
Hospital of Georgia and multiple areas inside the main Augusta University Health Center.
We have a variety of Prevention and Screening Opportunities available for those concerned
about their risks of developing cancer.
We believe in helping any cancer patient and any caretaker access our services and
support opportunities at any point from diagnosis to treatment to survivorship – always
with skill and compassion.
Cancer Center Community News
While they have a long life ahead of them, now is the time for Augusta's children to learn skills and habits that can ensure their life will be filled with healthy choices. They are the reason the Georgia Cancer Center, Children’s Hospital of Georgia and Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis are joining forces to create the Augusta Fit Families program.
The Georgia Cancer Center is working with African American church leaders across Georgia to help minorities and underserved individuals understand the impact COVID-19 can have on them and their loved ones.
Administered through Georgia CORE, the CDC-funded program will bring colorectal screening, navigation and colonoscopies to 15,000 people in southeast and southwest Georgia.
Paceline Ride's leadership postponed the Paceline Ride weekend in May. This event has been rescheduled for Oct. 24.