“We are excited to offer these services to the Braselton community,” said Todd Sigmon, executive director of Oncology Services at NGMC, in a released statement. “Our patients can now receive the same great care they had before, but without having to travel to Gainesville.”
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Timothy Carey, MD, an oncologist with the Longstreet Cancer Center, and Christina Saurel, MD, an oncologist with Northeast Georgia Diagnostic Clinic, will be providing services at the new office located in suite 150 of Medical Plaza 1.
The community is invited to attend an open house on July 17 from 5-7 p.m. Visitors will have the opportunity to tour the new infusion suite and participate in a question and answer session with Dr. Carey, Dr. Saurel, general surgeon Ronald Lewis, MD, and radiation oncologist Geoffrey Weidner, MD.
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