Find a Patient Clinic

If you have a medical condition that prevents you from participating in a healthy Phase I study, you may be able to participate in a patient study.

Below are many of the patient clinics that conduct primarily Phase II-IV studies in the US. There are thousands but these are the bigger ones with web presences.

It is important to note that with patient studies, you typically have to have a condition in order to participate. This may be as simple to having elevated blood pressure or cholesterol to having been diagnosed and being treated for just about any medical condition. There are also flu vaccinations, cold, allergies, pain and skin studies that may be open to a wider pool of volunteers. It is also important to note that many patient clinics do not do a high volume of studies. A study may require hundreds if not thousands of volunteers and can take months to years for a clinic to complete a study. So don’t expect a clinic to have a new study every month.

All studies are subject to capacities, change and or cancellation.

If you are the recruiter for a patient clinic and would like your clinic to be listed, please email me.

I have included the Healthy tag for some clinics which do some healthy studies but not enough to call it a Phase I clinic.

Alabama

Arizona

California

Colorado

District of Columbia

Florida

Georgia

Illinois

Indiana

Evansville
South Bend

Iowa

Kansas

Kansas City

Kentucky

Crestview Hills

Louisiana

New Orleans
New Orleans

Massachusetts

Maryland

Rockville

Michigan

Minnesota

Missouri

Montana

Billings

Nebraska

Nevada

New Jersey

New Lawn

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

Ohio

Oregon

Portland

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

Tennessee

Memphis
CNS Healthcare

Texas

Utah

Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City

Washington

Patient Clinics – (Healthy Studies)

Alaska
Arkansas
New Hampshire
Connecticut
Delaware
North Dakota
Oklahoma
Hawaii
Oregon
Idaho
Rhode Island
Iowa
South Dakota
Maine
Vermont
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Mississippi
Wyoming

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