Compassionate Care From Nationally Recognized Physicians.
Since 1972, Atlanta Oncology Associates has specialized in the treatment of cancer to provide patients with the individualized attention they need. Our staff is experienced in the most advanced approaches to treatment. In addition, we offer technologically superior facilities to provide the best care possible. These facilities are accredited by the American College of Radiology, the principal supervisory body for radiation oncology.
Our patients often receive other treatments such as chemotherapy, hormone therapy or surgery, as well as radiation therapy. To ensure the best possible outcome, this multidisciplinary approach requires collaboration and coordination among the specialists on a patient's treatment team.
The major goal of radiation therapy is to maximize curing cancer while maintaining optimal organ function and quality of life. Because each patient's case presents unique challenges and requires individualized attention, we urge you to consult your radiation oncologist about which treatment plan is best for you. It is extremely important to seek out an expert team of physicians who specialize in your type of cancer to insure optimal outcome.
Real Care. Incredible Outcomes.
The Atlanta Oncology Associates staff and physicians are the best and brightest care providers in the country - we accept nothing less than the highest quality care available.
GENUINELY CARING LEADERSHIP
Dr. Dale McCord, Dr. Erich Randolph, and Dr. Mark William McCord operate Atlanta Oncology Associates under one simple rule - patients come first. It is by this simple mantra alone that Atlanta Oncology Associates has become known as the leading destination for quality cancer treatment in each of our regions. Our success is entirely predicated on achieving meaningful outcomes for each and every patient - every individual is critical to us.
Dr. McCord is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, - with additional past or present memberships in the Phi Chi Medical Fraternity the American College of Radiology, the American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, the Medical Association of Atlanta, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, the Clinical Oncology Association of Georgia, and the Gilbert H. Fletcher Society. Dr. McCord has also served on the board of local American Cancer Society Organizations, received the "Top Doctor" Award, and has been active as a surveyor for the Commission on Cancer in the accreditation process.
Dr. Randolph was a member of the American Cancer Society and served on the advisory Board at the Atlanta City Unit. He is also a member of the Medical Association of Atlanta, the Atlanta Medical Association, the National Medical Association, the Gilbert H. Fletcher Society, and the American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology. He served as Vice- Chair of the Grady Hospital- Fulton Dekalb Hospital Authority. Dr. Randolph is the winner of a 2008 Atlanta Business Chronicle Health Care Heroes Award in the Physician category. Dr. Randolph has been named Atlanta magazine’s Top Doctors consecutively from 2010 thru 2011. Physician selection to this honor is peer review.
Dr. Mark W. McCord is a member of the American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, the American College of Radiology, the American Medical Association, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and the Gilbert Fletcher Society. He resides in Alpharetta with his wife, Rachel and sons, Jacob and Noah. He enjoys hiking and camping with his sons and retrievers, Sophie and Ariel. He is a fan of Vanderbilt (his college), sports. His wife is a children’s librarian now active in support of the local library system, and they both are avid readers.