Why Choose Carolinas HealthCare System?
Research, along with patient care and education, is one of three key core missions at Carolinas HealthCare System (CHS) in North and South Carolina. Clinical studies are the lifeblood of future advances in our ability as physicians and as an integrated, comprehensive healthcare system, to offer the very best options for treatment for our patients.
- Our research programs include 660 active clinical studies
- Cutting-edge clinical trials are developed by CMC faculty
- National Institutes of Health supported registries and interventional trials
Clinical Trials on the Cutting Edge
Active clinical trials span the spectrum of medical disciplines. Medical faculty, affiliated physicians, residents and fellows are involved in clinical research targeting specific illnesses from cancer to emergency medicine, pediatrics, surgery and more.
A Sample of our Research Initiatives
Physicians have also participated in interdisciplinary studies focusing on a broad range of health issues. Our research supports Levine Cancer Institute, Sanger Heart and Vascular Institute, the Liver-Bilary-Pancreatic Center, Department of Emergency Medicine and Trauma and more. Interdisciplinary efforts include Oral Medicine and Oncology for chemotherapy-related oral complications; Urology and Carolinas Rehabilitation for spinal cord injury related complications; and Neurosurgery and Cardiology for emergency interventions to treat strokes and aneurysms.