Gastroenterology Associates of Central Georgia LLC
Gastroenterologists located in Macon, Gray, Warner Robins, and Milledgeville, GA
Gastroenterology Associates of Central Georgia is a state-of-the-art private research center dedicated to gastroenterology, where you can undergo advanced clinical trials under expert observation. Located in the heart of Macon, Georgia, the practice provides FDA-approved studies for all kinds of gastroenterology disorders.
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What does a private research center do?
Gastrointestinal Research and Clinical Trial Center of Georgia offers access to new treatments not available in conventional gastroenterology offices. The constant interchange between research coordinators, nurses, and physicians allows for patients to benefit from the best hands-on care and supervision of cutting- edge gastrointestinal therapy. To date, over 70 trials have been completed at Gastrointestinal Research and Clinical Trial Center of Georgia.
The clinic provides Phase II, III, and IV clinical trials to test the safety and effectiveness of new and current drugs for the treatment of digestive diseases. All studies are FDA approved and are monitored by the regulatory divisions of the pharmaceutical industry.
What are the benefits of participating in a clinical trial?
By volunteering for a gastrointestinal clinical trial at Gastroenterology Associates of Central Georgia, you have the unique opportunity to try the latest medications and treatments. Participating in a clinical trial is beneficial because:
You get to play an active role in your health care
All medications, exams, and lab tests are of no cost to you
You may receive monetary compensation for your time and travel
You’re among the first to find out about the efficacy of a new drug
The private research center team at Gastroenterology Associates of Central Georgia is dedicated to ensuring your clinical trial experience goes as smoothly and comfortably as possible.
Am I a candidate for a medical research study?
The best way to find out if you’re a candidate for a medical research study at the private research center at Gastroenterology Associates of Central Georgia is to schedule an evaluation for an upcoming trial. You may be a good candidate for a medical research study if you:
Have a chronic upper or lower GI disorder
Suffer from a swallowing disorder, such as dysphagia
Haven’t had relief from medications or traditional treatments
Developed nutritional deficiencies because of your condition
Each trial specifically seeks out patients of certain age groups, genders, and severity of symptoms. So even if you’re not a candidate for a current study, the team at Gastroenterology Associates of Central Georgia can keep your information on file and contact you if a study comes up that’s better suited to you.