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This is not a place to take your loved one to. I took my mother here to get the best treatment for her cancer and she actually got worst. My mother gotten so sick that there was nothing else they could do. My mother was slowly passing away before my eyes and this center was so busy trying to get her to leave the facility. They diagnosed her cancer late because they thought she just had a virus or bug instead of finding out the real reason why she was sick. By the time they found out the real cause of her sickness it was too late. The doctors are rude and have to be watched. I use to just pop up to see if my mother was ok instead of calling. And all the times I popped up the nurses wasn’t given my mother medication on time and didn’t care if she was alright. The biggest mistake that I ever made was taken my mother to this facility. I regret this decision everyday. I truly feel like if I haven’t taken my mother here she would still be alive. Please listen, if you want your loved one to beat cancer stay away from the cancer treatment center of American in Newman GA.
I was diagnosed with stage IV Cancer in Fall 2015. I know if I hadn't went there, I'd be dead. The commercials show you how really treat you. Class act all the way.
The best possible place to go if you have to deal with cancer. The rest of the medical field could take a lesson for these people. Can't say enough good things about this place.
Wish I could write a review! I called and the conversation went like this: patients name,,,age,,,where is the cancer...kind of insurance....we can't help you. Really? You would think that when you are calling for a loved one that they would talk to you with some empathy. You would think if they couldn't help you that they would at least try to guide you in the right direction. Guess I just expect to much out of people.
Three years ago, my husband was diagnosed with stage IV Renal Cell Carcinoma (Kidney cancer). We knew that we absolutely did not want to get his care in Knoxville, so a friend recommended Cancer Treatment Centers of America, (CTCA). We've been going the Atlanta cenyer for 3 years now & frankly if you were to see my husband, you would hardly know that he is sick!
CTCA is a different kind of cancer fighting facility... It's NOT just about chemo... CTCA has Naturpathic Doctors who help you combat side effects with supplements that most other oncologists don't realize (or care) exist!
He has a nutritionist, a pain team and chiropractic & acupuncturist, as well! It's a holistic approach. My husband's side effects have been managed and for the most part are at the moment, non-existent!
My husband's oncologist, Dr. Patricia Rich always comes with a big hug for both of us & speaks WITH us as if we were her family MEMBERS. She works with our primary care physician here in Knoxville for routine tests and localized care.
All of my husbands different departments share a common database so there is no second guessing about his treatment plan.
CTCA even reimburses us for mileage & we only pay $50/night for nice hotel rooms w/ free breakfast, which CTCA books for you. If you're flying in, they pick you up from the airport (see the limo pic) and take you right to your hotel! CTCA has their own transportation team, so they pick you up from your hotel when you have appointments.
The cafeteria is good & reasonably priced. Everything is made from scratch!
EVERYONE is warm & friendly and facility is beautiful. For those who don't have anyone to travel with them & they're feeling kinda rough, they even have hotel rooms attached to the hospital!
It's like they've thought of everything!