Participate in a clinical cardiovascular research trial
Ride the cutting edge of healthcare
Our clinical cardiovascular research program, developed in 2006, has a state-inspected and approved research center based at Northern Arizona Healthcare’s Verde Valley Medical Center in Cottonwood, but our studies are held at multiple sites throughout the world. Studies focus on heart disease; heart attacks; peripheral arterial disease, or PAD; high blood pressure; cholesterol management; and diabetes. This work often involves teaming up with universities such as Harvard, Duke and Oxford; the National Institutes of Health; and other institutions on the cutting edge of research.
Our award-winning program is recognized by study sponsors for high recruitment and retention. In North America (the United States and Canada), our program has been ranked as the sixth highest enroller out of 168 REVEAL study sites. Our site randomized 93 subjects compared to the average of 36 subjects at other North American sites. We have also been recognized as a top enroller and leadership site in the ACCLERATE trial and ARTEMIS study, and named one of the top 10 overall enrolling sites in the CIRT study. In five years, our program has grown from 100 to more than 300 study participants and has maintained a 99 percent retention rate of participants throughout the entire length of a study.
If you have heart disease, congestive heart failure, and/or diabetes, you may be eligible for one of the following research studies. For more information about each study, click the Learn more button below.
- Clear Outcomes
- Dal-GenE trial
The following studies are also active, but no longer recruiting new participants.
- Cardiovascular Inflammation Reduction Trial (CIRT)
- Clear Harmony OLE
- Clear Wisdom
Interested in participating?
Become part of a clinical trial today to:
- Help bring established or new treatments forward to those in need.
- Improve the current treatments we use.
- Improve overall care.
We thank our past, present and future clinical study participants for all they have done and continue to do in the interests of life-changing, life-saving cardiovascular research.
To learn more about clinical research trials and how they work, please visit Clinicaltrials.gov.
To learn more about research at NAH, please visit our Office of Research and Research Compliance.