At United Clinical Research we are dedicated in providing the utmost respect, courtesy, and integrity to each and every patient. By providing different treatment options to best meet individual healthcare needs; not only do we offer the medicine of today, we help create the medicine of the future.
Clinical trials are scientific studies conducted to discover more effective and efficient ways to prevent, screen for, diagnose, and treat disease. Clinical trials assist in obtaining information about what type of medical approach has the most efficacy with certain illnesses or groups of people. Clinical trials produce high-quality data used for healthcare decision making and each individual clinical trial has a protocol or action plan that is followed while conducting the specific trial. The plan describes what will be done in the study, the manner in which it will be conducted, and why each part of the study is necessary. Each clinical trial is overseen by a Principal Investigator, physicians are the only individuals who are qualified to be Principal Investigators, this is to ensure the safety and well-being of all study participants.
United Clinical Research Department was established in 2014 by John J. Hong, M.D. and Thomas W. Eastman, D.O., both of whom are board certified gastroenterologists. At United Clinical Research, we conduct clinical research that leads to advancements in medical treatment by producing high quality data retrieved in a confidential, comfortable and safe environment. United Clinical Research consists of a state of the art surgery center and research site, both staffed with caring and knowledgeable professionals. We carefully and compassionately evaluate each study patient and firmly adhere to study protocol. By thoroughly planning for each study, we are able to deliver reliable and verifiable research results. Our site is fully equipped to conduct complex clinical research trials on behalf of our sponsors and our study trial participants
Any one ages 18 and older and is able to sign a consent form. You must also have one of the above - listed indications. Some indications will vary depending on each particular study
There are several ways to contact our research department.
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