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
Ivory Cloud coordinates events for children with cancer, and advocates for young women to get preventative care if their mothers died of breast cancer.
The O. Wayne Rollins Foundation has provided unprecedented support to Winship Cancer Institute and other Emory institutions.
Brenda Nease has been a volunteer, philanthropist, and friend to many at Winship over the past 10 years.
An international leader in the field of myeloma, Dr. Anderson was influential in the expansion of the multiple myeloma program at Winship.
Joyce Wilson is one of the first patients to receive a bone marrow transplant at Winship's Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant Center.
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Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital expands surgical options for pancreatic cancer
Winship Cancer Institute at Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital has expanded surgical options for pancreatic cancer patients with the recent addition of minimally invasive robotic surgery.