NCI Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center
As Georgia's first and only National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center, Winship Cancer Institute is a national leader in seeking out new ways to defeat cancer and in translating that knowledge into patient care. With over 250 active clinical trials, Winship researchers are dedicated to taking new cancer treatments from bench to bedside.
Recognized for Nursing Excellence
Emory University Hospital and Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital, two of Winship’s clinical sites have achieved the prestigious Magnet® recognition as a reflection of its nursing professionalism, teamwork and quality in patient care. Magnet recognition is granted by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®, which ensures that rigorous standards for nursing excellence are met.
#1 in Georgia for Cancer Care
Winship Cancer Institute is part of Emory Healthcare, Georgia’s largest health care system. Our world-class physicians have a wealth of experience in hematology and medical oncology, radiation oncology, surgical oncology and pathology. Our nurses, navigators, social workers, technicians and others are all part of the comprehensive cancer care team.
Meet Winship 80 Honorees
Atlanta Braves Vice Chairman John Schuerholz inspired the more than 3,000 participants at the 2016 Winship 5K not just as honorary grand marshal, but as a cancer survivor.
With his children, Tom Reynolds established the Patricia R. Reynolds Endowment for Sarcoma Research in her memory and remained steadfast in support for this rarer form of cancer.
Ed Steinman is passionate about spreading the word about Winship after his wife's treatment here for myeloma.
Mark Winne earned a reputation over the years as a tough investigative reporter, but when he grabs the microphone every year as emcee of the Winship 5K, he's all heart.
Twelve years after his initial diagnosis his family, and his friends have become a vital part of the annual Winship 5K, running under the banner of Team Dave.
- Oct. 17, 2017
Cryoblation to ease pain after mastectomy
A new study is underway at two Emory University hospitals to examine the effectiveness of cryoablation on breast cancer patients who suffer from post-mastectomy chronic pain syndrome.