How Clinical Research Sites are Responding to COVID-19

As part of the healthcare ecosystem, clinical research sites are pitching in to help serve their communities during the COVID-19 outbreak. We want to recognize these sites and start building a list of resources for other sites.

Woodland International Research donated their extra no-touch thermometers to local mental health centers so they could screen folks. The great team at Woodland is using their resources to help local providers comply with the CDC guidelines.

Segal Trials has offered to deploy their sites’ mobile medical units and staff EMTs for testing and treatment within their communities. Segal Trials has multiple South Florida locations and has been dedicated to the health and welfare of their communities for over 20 years.

Hassman Research Institute (HRI) has offered their 21 primary care docs and 16 specialists, located in multiple sites across South Jersey, to provide health screenings and treatment. HRI has become a staple in the South Jersey healthcare ecosystem and is very active within their community and local advocacy organizations.

Medical Research Group of Central Florida has transitioned their clinical research operations to telehealth and virtual visits with patients. Click the image below to listen to the conversation with site director Megan McMahon on this transition.

Neuro-Behavioral Clinical Research is going the extra mile to keep their patients and staff safe while continuing the research. Click the image below to listen to the conversation with Dr. Shishuka Malhotra on the safety precautions being taken and her staff’s continued commitment to their patients.


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