Cheryl Jones, MD

Jones, Cheryl, MD

Cheryl Jones, MD

Board Certified:
Medical Oncology and Hematology

Medical Degree:
Medical College Of Virginia In Richmond, VA

Residency:
Medical College Of Virginia In Richmond, VA

Fellowship:
Medical College Of Virginia In Richmond, VA

Special Interests:
Breast And Gynecologic Malignancies, Cancer Survivorship, And Clinical Research

Dr. Jones currently serves as President for Georgia Cancer Specialists and actively participates in the GCS Quality and Research Therapeutics Committee.  Dr. Jones’ clinical interests include management of solid tumors with special focus on breast cancer, gynecologic malignancies, cancer survivorship, and clinical research. Dr. Jones is active in local and state medical organizations and has served as President of Bibb County Medical Society, the Chief of Staff for Coliseum Medical Center, The American College of Surgeons’ Cancer Liaison Physician; as well as serving on the Board of Directors’ for Medical Association of Georgia, the Middle Georgia Education Foundation, the Georgia Physicians for Accountable Care, the Middle Georgia Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation, the American Cancer Society in Dougherty and Bibb Counties, and the State of Georgia.  Since 2015, she has served as a member of the NCCN Peer Review of Proposal Committee for metastatic breast cancer.  In her free time, Dr. Jones enjoys cooking for her family, hiking, and paddle boarding.

“It is humbling and rewarding to have the opportunity to care for patients with the challenging diagnosis of cancer at a time of rapid medical breakthroughs and improved survivorship.”


Watch Dr. Jones in her interviews with Cancer Support Community Atlanta.

What You Should Know About Cardio Oncology
Patients diagnosed with cancer are at a higher risk of developing late-onset cardiovascular complications. Watch this virtual program to hear Dr. Lalitha Medepalli, with Northside Hospital Cardiovascular Institute, provide an update on cardio-oncology, discuss the cardiovascular needs of those diagnosed with cancer, and share ways to minimize cardio-toxicity during the course of treatment. Dr. Cheryl Jones, with Georgia Cancer Specialists, moderates this program.

 

Treat the Cancer & Protect the Heart
Hear Dr. Jack Chen, with Northside Heart and Vascular Institute, discuss the association between cancer treatment and cardiac health. This program will discuss the potential magnitude cancer treatment may have on the heart, along with the diagnosis of and treatment for cardiac disease. Dr. Cheryl Jones, with Georgia Cancer Specialists, will moderate this program where participants will have the opportunity to ask questions.

 

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