Titles and Roles
- Coordinator, Young Adult Cancer Survivor Program
- Emory Healthcare
Mary Batcha, RN, BSN, is the coordinator of the Young Adult Cancer Survivor Program at Winship. In this role, Mrs. Batcha serves as the point of contact for coordinating long term follow up for young adult survivors of pediatric cancers. A majority of the referrals are from the Cancer Survivor Program at the Aflac Cancer Center at Scottish Rite, as well as self referrals.
Mrs. Batcha has been employed by Emory Healthcare since 1989. Her roles have ranged from bedside nursing on the Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) floor, to BMT Coordinator and Nursing Supervisor in the Department of Radiation Oncology. She has been the Young Adult Cancer Survivor (YACS) Coordinator since 2009. Her various roles with oncology patients have allowed her to apply her clinical and navigation experience with coordinating the proper tests and referrals for the YACS population. She ensures that each patient's long term guidelines are followed so that all the appropriate testing and specialist referrals are made. She also aids them in seeking out additional resources for financial, disability, neuro-psychological, and support groups. She also helps navigate new patient referrals for pediatric patients in the Department of Radiation Oncology.
Mrs. Batcha earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Georgia Southern University.