The Winship Cancer Network brings together a strong group of community hospitals and oncologists, all of which have credible reputations in their communities and are strategically located throughout the catchment area.
The network provides the unique opportunity for community healthcare organizations in the region to collaborate with Winship as a major academic research center, while simultaneously building and refining individual strengths and programs.
The overarching goals of the Winship Cancer Network are to improve access to and provision of high-quality cancer care, cutting-edge research, and continuing patient and provider education throughout Georgia and adjacent states.
Affiliates in the Winship Cancer Network include:
- Hamilton Medical Center
1200 Memorial Drive, Dalton, GA 30722
- Lewis Hall Singletary Oncology Center at Archbold Memorial Hospital
915 Gordon Avenue, Thomasville, GA 31792
- Northeast Georgia Medical Center
743 Spring St NE Gainesville, GA 30501
For more information, contact Vanessa Bramble at (404) 778-2917 or via email.
Resources for Community Physicians
WinshipMD - Physician Directory App
The WinshipMD app (Winship physician directory) is a web-based mobile application exclusively for physicians and advanced practice providers enabling them to search and find a Winship physician by name, location, or treatment specialty and gain access to their direct contact information.
The app helps build and strengthen relationships with community physicians by improving access to Winship physicians, and serving as an added communication tool for second opinions and patient referrals. First-time access is vetted and granted by the Community Outreach Network Administrator. Winship physicians can use their Emory University or Healthcare ID to log into the app.
For more information, contact Vanessa Bramble at (404) 778-2917 or email at email@example.com.
Continuing Education for Medical Professionals
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University hosts a number of continuing education symposia and lectures throughout the year featuring focused topics by specific cancer type.