1. Who We Are
    Georgia Clinical Research is an independent research facility located in metropolitan Atlanta GA area. We specialize in the investigation of new pharmaceutical products.
  2. What We Provide
    Georgia Clinical Research provides research services for specific medical indications to patients in the Atlanta GA area and surrounding communities. We also provide high quality investigational services to major pharmaceutical Sponsors.
  3. Contact Us
    Georgia Clinical Research 2121 Fountain Drive, Suite A Snellville, GA 30078 Phone: (678) 822-5581 FAX: (678) 822-5582 Email: [email protected]
​​ Office Hours: ​​
M-F 8:30AM- 5:30PM
Sat - Sun: Appointment Only
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2121 Fountain Drive, Suite A
Snellville,​ GA 30078

(678) 822-5581​

Georgia Clinical Research provides patients and families in the metro Atlanta GA area an opportunity to take part in clinical pharmaceutical research trials for a wide variety of medical conditions. Research participants undergo careful evaluation by study physicians and are closely followed by the medical staff.​​

We provide exceptional patient care and efficiently produces high quality, and credible research data. Our research is conducted in accordance with FDA and ICH GCP Guidelines.

We provide individualized services to patients and clinical development sponsors in all areas of research. All our physicians adhere to protocol requirements and conduct studies according to FDA and ICH/GCP Guidelines. 


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  1. GCR provides exceptional patient care in a professional environment.
  2. Georgia Clinical Research LLC. Is Atlanta’s primary research facility.
  3. Our Principal Investigators and Pharmaceutical Research team are among the best healthcare professionals in the industry.
Our site in Atlanta GA routinely conducts research studies for the following conditions:

•    Anxiety
•    Arthritis
•    Asthma, Bronchitis
•    Back Pain
•    Chronic Pain
•    Constipation
•    COPD
•     Depresssion
•    Diabetes
•    Diabetic Neuropathy
•    Erectile Dysfunction
•    Fatty Liver
•    Fibromyalgia

•    Gout
•    Healthy studies
•    Hepatitis
•    Hypertension
•    Influenza
•    IBS
•    Migraine
•    Muscle Spasms
•    Opioid Induced Bowel Dysfunction
•    Overactive bladder
•    Observational Studies
•    Pain Management
​•    Renal failure