Buckle up: this year's Miracle Mile Walk is the Miracle Mile Drive! The AO Multispecialty Clinic and AO Multispecialty Clinic team had so much fun celebrating local breast cancer survivors this past Saturday. The beloved event was given a Covid-friendly twist: instead of walk, breast cancer survivors were invited to deck out their vehicles and [...]
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Relay for Life is back! After the Covid-related hiatus in 2020, the American Cancer Society brought Relay to Life back to the Augusta area, and we were thrilled to be able to participate! The teams from AO Multispecialty Clinic and AO Multispecialty Clinic came out to the Columbia County Amphitheater in Evans Towne Center Park [...]
Are you one of the fifty percent of American adults who’ve yet to get vaccinated? If so, you might be wondering: exactly where can I get a Covid-19 vaccination? While AO Multispecialty Clinic isn’t providing the vaccine itself, we know the importance of everyone getting vaccinated as soon as possible. The vaccine is now readily [...]
AO Multispecialty Clinic’s very own Dr. Miriam Atkins has been elected as Vice President of the national Community Oncology Alliance! The Community Oncology Alliance (COA) is the nation’s only advocacy group dedicated exclusively to independent oncology practices and the patients they serve. Meet Miriam Atkins, MD Dr. Miriam Atkins has been an invaluable part of [...]
AO Multispecialty Clinic is excited to welcome Dr. Jeremy Wells to our team of board-certified physicians. At AO Multispecialty Clinic, we provide the most effective, convenient and compassionate care for people with cancer and blood disorders in a community-based setting. We offer a coordinated team approach in order to help you navigate the clinical, financial [...]
Entirely free & online Community Oncology Advocacy Summit AO Multispecialty Clinic would like to invite cancer advocates, patients, survivors, caregivers and practicing health care professionals to the Virtual Community Oncology Advocacy Summit on July 15, 2020. Throughout the full day of the Virtual COA Summit you will hear from national experts in community oncology who [...]
Chemotherapy may destroy your cancer, but it doesn’t have to destroy your hair. AO Multispecialty Clinic is now offering a new state-of-the-art piece of technology to our patients to reduce the likelihood of chemotherapy-induced alopecia in cancer patients with solid tumors. The DigniCap Scalp Cooling System has proven to safely and effectively minimize hair loss [...]
About 54 million Americans could easily break a bone due to poor bone health. Bone fractures can lead to surgeries with complications and reduced quality of life. What are some practical ways to manage your bone health? Keep reading to learn more about the importance of good bone health and how to keep your bones [...]
A brighter outlook on life can help patients better manage their cancer treatments. In fact, many patients with psycho-social issues like depression and anxiety have a higher risk for hospital readmission. According to the National Cancer Institute, one in three people with cancer experience emotional or emotional distress. Learning how to stay positive can make a (you guessed [...]
Getting through a cancer diagnosis is one of the most difficult things a human being can face. The fact that many people beat breast cancer and go on to live amazing lives is proof of the resilience of mankind. The important role that breast cancer support groups play in the mental health of patients should [...]