M.D./Employees


Clinical Research Center

Community Clinical Research Center (CCRC) is a department of Community Hospital Anderson, a 207-bed acute care facility located in Anderson, Ind. The hospital is affiliated with Community Health Network, which has more than 60 sites of care throughout central Indiana, and is ranked among the top 40 integrated health care networks in the nation.

CCRC's experienced staff are committed to providing exceptional medical service to ensure our research studies are successful.

Call or e-mail us for more information about volunteering for one of our clinical research studies

Community Clinical Research Center (CCRC) has been a top enroller in several trials over the last three years. Their mission is to offer clinical trials to area residents that might not otherwise have the chance to participate. Patients benefit through research by gaining access to new treatments at no cost to them before they are widely available. Also, research patients receive top quality medical care and close monitoring by board certified physicians. Many times, patients are compensated for time and travel.

"Research is such an important part of what we do," Jetty said. "Through this trial, patients here in Anderson and surrounding areas had access to this cutting edge medication. Not only were they able to benefit their own health, but they have also helped others with their contribution to medical research."

CCRC participates in clinical trials that have been offered at Duke University, Cleveland Clinic and the Mayo Clinic. Recently Community Clinical Research Center has taken part in studies with Oxford University, Harvard and Brigham and Woman’s Hospital.

For more information regarding current trials or upcoming trials, please call 765-298-2040 or email CCRC@ecommunity.com.

Current Clinical Studies

We need your help!

We are seeking volunteers to participate in our ongoing clinical trials. Participation is at no cost to the patient!

Current and Upcoming Studies (click here for more information on studies)

  • Asthma
  • Breast Cancer
  • Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
  • Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting
  • Diabetes (Type II)
  • High Cholesterol
  • High-Risk Vascular Disease
  • Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis
  • Shingles Vaccine for Cancer patients
  • Warfarin

Everything you need to know about volunteering for a research study

Read about Volunteering for a research study: What you need to know

To be contacted by a CCRC Professional click on this link, Contact Us, and complete the online form. Once we receive your form, a CCRC professional will either call or e-mail you.

Vision

To be the preferred and trusted leader for cutting edge research and development through exceptional performance and patient care.

Mission

Inspire and create hope within our community through quality care and education by providing innovative research.