Georgia Cancer Specialists continues to fulfill its mission to bring top-notch cancer treatments to Georgia communities by opening offices in Covington and Hawkinsville in September. This brings the total number of offices to 22 for GCS, which is the largest private oncology/hematology practice in the southeastern U.S.
Dr. Bruce Feinberg, Chief Executive Officer/President of Georgia Cancer Specialists, said the new offices reflect the practice’s commitment to bringing state-of-the-art cancer care to the communities where patients live, instead of patients bearing the additional burden of time and expense of traveling to large cities for treatment.
“No matter where you live in Georgia, we want you to have access to the finest cancer care that can be offered,” said Dr. Feinberg. “We are committed to making this a reality.”
The Covington office will be used by GCS oncologists Richard S. Leff, MD, and Celia C. Mamby, MD. The office is located next to Newton County General Hospital at 4181 Hospital Drive, Suite 303, Covington, Georgia 30014. Phone: 678-625-8361. Fax: 678-625-8819.
The Hawkinsville office will be used by GCS oncologists Cheryl F. Jones, MD and Vundyala V. Reddy, MD. The office is located near Taylor Regional Hospital at Route 1, Macon Highway, Professional Building A, Suite 1, Hawkinsville, Georgia 31037. Phone: 478-783-4022. Fax: 478-783-4505.
Georgia Cancer Specialists, a national leader in advanced cancer treatment and research, offers community-based medical oncology, radiation oncology, and hematology services. It is the first private oncology practice to also provide a full range of support services for patients in Georgia, including nutritional counseling, pain management, wellness counseling, and home health coordination.
The GCS research department, whose focus is bringing targeted cancer therapy to communities, is the first in Georgia to offer Phase I clinical trials, the most novel cancer therapies available.
GCS has 31 doctors and over 300 support staff members located throughout north and central Georgia, and provides care through approximately 110,000 annual patient visits.