Clinical Research Center: 201-894-3418
Clinical Trials at Englewood Hospital
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is committed to providing state-of-the-art patient care.
As part of that mission, our physician-investigators are actively researching innovative new treatment options for their patients.
This clinical research effort provides our patients with access to cutting-edge therapies, and advances the development of future treatments.
Englewood Hospital’s physician-investigators are currently recruiting research subjects for participation in several clinical trials across various departments. Please visit the links on the right side menu for more information on the ongoing research studies available here at the Medical Center.
Please see "Active Clinical Trials" links on the right side panel of this page.
Resources for EHMC Physicians
All EHMC physicians can utilize the Clinical Research Center to facilitate the standard start-up activities required to open an industry-sponsored clinical trial, including: site qualification surveys and visits, IRB submissions, budget and contract negotiation, regulatory documents, study coordination, and other requirements.
The Clinical Research Center is also available to assist interested physicians with the additional steps needed to start an investigator-initiated trial, including: FDA submissions, clinicaltrials.gov postings, biostatistical support, publicity/recruiting, and any other study-specific requirements.
Our user-friendly local IRB is also available for individual consultations prior to document submission or to review investigator training requirements.
For any general clinical research questions about clinical trials at Englewood Hospital please contact:
Jamie Ketas, Director
Clinical Research Center and Institutional Review Board
Renee Lockwood, Coordinator
Institutional Review Board
About Clinical Trials:
For more information on clinical trials, including information for prospective and current participants, visit the US National Insitutes of Health page at http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/info/understand