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PMG Research of Winston-Salem, a part of PMG Research

4.1 out of 5 stars

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    1901 S Hawthorne Rd Suite 306
    Winston-Salem, NC 27103

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  • www.pmg-research.com
  • Joined December 2019

Who We Are:

PMG Research, Inc. is an integrated network of clinical research facilities in the United States. PMG has been conducting clinical trials since 1979. Our progressive organization is comprised of a team of experienced professionals and a network of specially designed sites. Our goal is to provide exceptional services to our sponsors and participants.

PMG Research of Winston-Salem, founded in 1979, occupies a 10,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility adjacent to Forsyth Medical Center. Recognized as a leading site in the industry, PMG Research of Winston-Salem partners with clinical research investigators in 10 therapeutic areas to optimize study opportunities for our valued participants.

When you participate in a clinical trial, you will be welcomed by our professional and caring staff who will guide you through the process and help you feel comfortable and appreciated as a research participant.

"The benefit of having my overall health monitored weekly is beyond monetary value or compensation. I look forward to my visits and can honestly say this is fun and exciting. Participating makes me and my family and friends proud."

Our Mission:

We wish to bring clinical research to as many lives as possible.

Our Values:

At PMG Research, we strive to make every action meaningfully support our Mission and Vision. We achieve this by establishing Core Values and making commitments to ourselves and our teammates, to our partners, to our investigators, and to our stakeholders.


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| Submitted Thursday, December 17, 2020

Enjoyed the experience; however, in losing and conversion from placebo to study vaccine has been unorganized with various participants receiving conflicting information.



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| Submitted Friday, November 20, 2020