Clinical trials at Holy Family Memorial
At HFM, we’re committed to providing the right care. Sometimes our methods are tried and true. Other times, like with clinical trials, we leverage the power of innovation in modern medicine to provide our patients with the latest treatment options available—right here in our community. Volunteer-based clinical trials help us research and evaluate new treatments to see if they improve upon current standards of care.
Carefully conducted clinical trials are the quickest and safest way to find better treatments, provide hope and improve our patients’ lives. We’re proud to offer clinical trial options for cancer care, cardiology and rheumatology. If you’re dealing with cancer, a cardiac issue or a rheumatic disease like arthritis, we encourage you to explore the range of clinical trials available at Holy Family Memorial.
Holy Family Memorial’s Heart & Vascular Center provides award-winning, comprehensive cardiac care—expertly treating everything from chest pain, congestive heart failure and heart attacks, to arrhythmias, coronary artery disease, hypertension and myocardial infarction. We’re also proud to offer a variety of heart-related clinical trials, including:
- Type 2 diabetes treatment trial with patients who have coronary artery disease (CAD) or are at high risk
- Post-acute myocardial infarction (heart attack) treatment trial
- Type 2 diabetes and congestive heart failure post hospital admission treatment trial
- Congestive heart failure treatment trial
- Post myocardial infarction (heart attack) registry
You may know that our Rheumatology Clinic at HFM Lakeshore Orthopaedics offers expert, specialized care for more than 100 autoimmune and rheumatic conditions, like arthritis, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis and tendonitis. But did you know that we also offer a number of clinical trials targeted to find new and improved care for rheumatic diseases? Our clinical trials are focused on leading-edge treatment for:
- Lupus treatment registry
- Rheumatoid arthritis treatment registry
- Spondyloarthritis treatment trial
Learn more about your options.
Enrolling in a clinical trial is completely voluntary. If you choose not to, rest assured, you’ll still receive the highest quality care available. But if you’re open to taking part in new options and finding the best possible treatments and therapies for cancer, heart issues or rheumatic diseases—and potentially improving current outcomes—know that you have options right here at HFM.
For more information on clinical trials and eligibility, contact Clinical Research Core Specialist Danielle Freemyer, MA, CCRP, at (920) 320-3193.