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We may be looking for participants that meet certain criteria. We welcome you to explore our page with information on volunteering and our "Studies" page with information on our Current, Future and Previous Studies.


Volunteering to be a subject in a study provides many benefits in the improvement of current healthcare offered to the public. After reviewing our Current Studies being offered, and you feel you may be a valid candidate, Contact Us to schedule a visit and further discuss the opportunities in person.

The Process

  1. We will review all the information necessary and handle all the documentation required to participate.

  2. We will collect and review all your medical records to see if you fit the criteria requested by the study's sponsor.

  3. If you meet the preliminary qualifications, you will be officially submitted into the study.

What Are the Benefits of a Clinical Trial?
  • You may get a new treatment for a disease before it is available to everyone.

  • You play a more active role in your own health care.

  • Researchers may provide you with medical care and more frequent health check-ups as part of your treatment.

  • You may have the chance to help others get a better treatment for their health problems in the future.

  • You may be able to get information about support groups and resources.

What is a Clinical Trial?
is a branch of healthcare science that determines the safety and effectiveness (efficacy) of medications, devices, diagnostic products and treatment regimens intended for human use. These may be used for prevention, treatment, diagnosis or for relieving symptoms of a disease.
What are the risks involved in participating in a clinical trial?
  • The new treatment may cause serious side effects.

  • The new treatment may not work or it may not be better than the standard treatment.

  • You may NOT be part of the treatment group (or experimental group) that gets the new treatment—for example, a new drug or device. Instead, you may be part of the control group, which means you get the standard treatment or a no-treatment placebo.

  • The clinical trial could inconvenience you. For example, medical appointments could take a lot of time or you might be required to stay overnight or a few days in the hospital.

Questions & Answers
How Many Visits Are Required?
Each study is unique and will have their own requirements, along with other situations that may occur during the life of the study.
*Information gathered directly from U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Privacy Policy

All participants will have to read our Privacy Policy Agreement and sign it in her at our facility. Click the button shown bellow if you would like to download and review your own copy.

Clinical Study Participant Privacy Policy
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