Women’s Health Open House
When: Thursday, July 26th
From: 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Ultrasound Women’s Health Screening
Mount Vernon Clinical Research will host a Women’s Health Screening and ultrasound open house for women age 18-51.
Ultrasound technicians will be available to scan women’s abdomens to check for abnormalities. These abnormalities can be an indication of medical conditions like uterine fibroids. The abdominal ultrasound scans are free of charge and participants can take a copy of the scan with them for their personal records, or to provide them to their health care provider. An appointment is required to attend.
Contact our research team at (404) 419-1857 for details and to schedule your appointment. Insurance is not necessary to participate. Appointments will be available between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM.
We specialize in conducting clinical research studies (also called clinical trials) to test possible treatments for medical conditions. With many decades of collective staff experience, we are one of Georgia’s premier independent clinical research centers.
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