Columbus Regional Healthcare System and Research Groupbr>
Posted September 5, 2013
What We Do
Columbus Regional Research Institute (CRRI), a clinical research organization, seeks patient volunteers to participate in research studies of investigational medications for a variety of health conditions. Our selection of research studies is constantly changing, allowing us to be a community resource for a diverse patient population.
Conducting research trials in Columbus, GA for eight years (previously operating under the name Southeast Regional Research Group)
Research conducted in a variety of specialties including: cardiology, dermatology, emergency medicine, family practice, infectious disease, internal medicine, gastroenterology, gynecology, medical devices, nephrology, orthopedics, pediatrics, pulmonology, rheumatology, surgery, urology and vascular disease.
CRRI data in the Physician’s Desk Reference for 14 medications that are now FDA approved and in pharmacies across the nation
Staff with over 100 years of clinical research experience
Dr. Jeff Kingsley co-founded the Columbus, Georgia-based research clinic after he conducted clinical research during his undergraduate, graduate and medical school careers. Originally operating under the name Southeast Regional Research Group, CRRI has conducted more than 100 research trials and has managed thousands of patients in research protocols. CRRI is regarded by many as the leading site in the nation for its conduct of research.
Dedicated to providing the highest quality medical research to enhance the speed and accuracy of research data for the betterment of the human condition
How We Operate
CRRI conducts both inpatient and outpatient studies in pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device research. CRRI works with various providers throughout the community who help to oversee research trials by fulfilling roles as Principal Investigators and Sub-Investigators. While each provider plays an integral role in the success of a research study, the studies also present an opportunity for a new stream of income to the provider’s practice. Partnerships and community relationships are pivotal to CRRI’s ability to enroll patients into trials.
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