Bridging the community with quality healthcare through clinical research opportunities. Volunteer to become a “Medical Hero” today!
Our mission is to provide patient’s with quality, compassionate, and comprehensive medical treatment through advancements in clinical research studies. Every research study supports patient care and patient needs. This personalized medical approach and our firm ethical standards have made us a leading Investigative site in the pharmaceutical industry for women’s health. We offer patients the opportunity to participate in studies and trials, which test the newest medical treatments for women that are not yet publicly available.
Become a “Medical Hero”: Volunteer to participate in a clinical trial.
Without “Medical Heroes” people with challenging diseases and illnesses would not be able to find cures or new treatments. By becoming a “Medical Hero” you could help yourself, a family member, a friend, or others In the community live longer healthier lives.
How can I become a “Medical Hero”?
Women’s Health Research Center has a research staff of trained experienced medical professionals that conduct clinical trials under the guidelines set by the FDA to safely bring new medications and medical devices to market. Your participation as a “Medical Hero” helps to make advances in medicine possibleReview the list of current trials, and if there is one that meets your needs or you would like to know more about an opportunity you can contact a member of our research staff. Our staff will assess your eligibility for the trial and If there is a match, they will schedule your first appointment or inform you of other trial opportunities.
The next step is up to you.
Women’s Health Research Center is a dedicated Investigation site devoted to promoting advances in women’s health. Our “Medical Heroes” receive the latest in medical health advances as well as thorough care from board certified physicians. Compensation for time and travel may be provided.
No health insurance required.
Participants in clinical trials can play a more active role in their own healthcare, gain access to new research treatments before they are widely available, and help others by contributing to medical research.
Women with Polcycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) needed for clinical research lab testing.
The purpose of this study is to measure levels of Anti-Mullerian Hormone in blood. Anti-Mullerian Hormone is one of several methods used to diagnose women with infertility. Levels of Anti-Mullerian Hormone may help physicians to determine the likelihood of a successful pregnancy.
– Women must be between the ages of 22-45.
– Must have a documented diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). We will require medical
records from your physician which would include evidence of irregular menses, lab studies, and pelvic
– Can not be currently pregnant
What to expect:
One office visit consisting of a drawing of blood.
YOU WILL RECEIVE COMPENSATION OF $75 DOLLARS.