The Augusta, Georgia Region’s Only Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorders Center 

Children diagnosed with pediatric cancer or pediatric blood disorders can receive the multidisciplinary care they need right here in the Augusta, Georgia area.

The Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorder Center at Children's Hospital of Georgia staffs pediatric hematologists-oncologists and nurse practitioners that diagnose and treat pediatric cancer patients with:

Pediatric Cancer Hospital and Clinic Features

Our pediatric cancer hospital and clinic are staffed by nurses who specialize in pediatric hematology and oncology and deliver excellent, compassionate care.

Our pediatric cancer center also offers:

  • A pediatric hemophilia program
  • A pediatric neuro-oncology clinic at which patients and their families can meet with their pediatric oncologist, pediatric neurologist and pediatric neuropsychologist on one day and in one place
  • A pediatric sickle cell disease program
  • Access to summer camps for patients with pediatric hemophilia and pediatric sickle cell disease
  • Advanced, on-site diagnostic technology including a PET scanner
  • An after-therapy clinic for childhood cancer survivors that delivers follow-up care and helps pediatric cancer patients maintain the best possible health status
  • An inpatient pediatric cancer unit
  • An oncology pharmacy staffed by pediatric pharmacists
  • An outpatient clinic and day infusion center to reduce the number of admissions
  • Camp Rainbow, a summer camp for children with cancer
  • Chemotherapy, radiation therapy, surgery and blood transfusions
  • Child Life Specialists to help children understand and cope with treatment
  • Gamma Knife for inoperable brain tumors
  • Genetic counseling and testing
  • Radiation Therapy Center
  • Make-a-Wish, so children with pediatric cancer and other life-threatening conditions can make a dream come true
  • Multidisciplinary care by highly skilled pediatric oncologists-hematologists, surgeons and radiologists supported by a nurse practitioner, medical social worker and registered dietician
  • Participation in clinical trials for the treatment of pediatric cancers
  • Patient Family Centered Care
  • Pediatric infusion and aphaeresis, or platelet-replacement therapy that come from a single donor
  • Share and Care Weekend for newly diagnosed children and families
  • Stereotactic radiosurgery and radiotherapy to treat pediatric cancer with a single high dose of radiation

Request an online appointment now or call 706-721-KIDS (5437) or toll free at 888-721-KIDS (5437) to speak to a member of our pediatric cancer care team.