Clinical Research for Physicians and Sponsors
Hoag is committed to leading the way in state-of-the-art technologies and advanced treatment options, including groundbreaking clinical research. To remain at the forefront of innovative care, Hoag’s Clinical Trials and Research team works collaboratively with physicians to oversee research studies, and help physicians identify appropriate clinical trials and eligibility criteria specific to their patients.
Getting approval for research
In order to conduct a clinical trial at any Hoag Hospital facility, the first step is to contact the Hoag Clinical Research Office (CRO). The CRO works directly with physicians, research staff and industry sponsors to facilitate all Hoag requirements for the conduct of research.
Institutional Review Board
Hoag utilizes many different Institutional Review Boards (i.e. Central, University, and Local Hospital).
Enrollment and Study Timelines
Enrollment is competitive and time is of the essence. Every moment lost in the start-up process is another lost in the enrollment timeline, which can mean delays in FDA approval for sponsors. Both Principal Investigators and Research Coordinators understand this concept and strive to consistently meet enrollment goals and provide high quality data.
The Clinical Research Office works in tandem with Hoag’s Legal Department to expedite negotiation and execution of study agreements for industry-sponsored clinical trials.
Hoag Hospital facilitates initial and ongoing Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Conflict of Interest and Human Subjects Protection training for all researchers participating in the conduct of research. Investigators and research staff can complete the required training at citiprogram.org.
Hoag is committed to leading the way in state-of-the-art technologies and advanced treatment options, including groundbreaking clinical research.
As part of that mission, we have a dedicated Clinical Trials and Research team that is experienced in clinical research and has successfully enrolled and retained study participants in both long and short-term clinical trials.
We welcome the opportunity to expand our collaboration in progressive research. For sponsor inquiries or more information, contact the Clinical Research department at 949-764-4577 or firstname.lastname@example.org.