Would you be interested in participating in a paid clinical trial?

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What We Do

At the Long Beach Center for Clinical Research we conduct clinical trials testing new medications and treatments for a variety of different conditions. Thanks to people like you who are willing to help us study and treat their health issues, we are able to contribute to the advancement of modern medical science and help create the cures of tomorrow.

Get Screened

Call us to schedule a no cost health screening for diabetes, pre-diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol.

See Dr. Cheung

During your screening, you will meet Dr. Cheung who will talk with you about your health and answer any questions you may have about the experience of participating in a clinical trial.

Participate In Research

Once we get the results from your screening we will let you know if you are a good match for one of our current trials. If you don’t qualify right away we will keep you in mind for future trials.

Schedule Your Screening

Make an appointment to find out how you can participate in one of our research programs

Please fill out the form below and we will give you a call to schedule your screening and answer any questions you may have 

What if I have to cancel or reschedule?

That’s no problem at all.   If you can, please give us a call at 562 595 9366 and we’ll be happy to re-schedule your appointment.

We're looking forward to meeting you!

How To Find Us

Long Beach Center For Clinical Research


Address: 3745 Long Beach Blvd #100, Long Beach, CA 90807

Phone: (562) 595-9366

Business Hours: 8a-6:30p M-F, 9a-2p S-S

Via Public Transportation:

To visit us using public transportation from los angeles take the metro blue line 801 to Wardlow Station in downtown Long Beach and then walk up Long Beach Blvd.

If you are already in long beach you can take long beach transit route #51 long beach blvd to the bixby stop which leaves you directly across from our office. If you pass willow station you have gone too far.

Via Car:

You can take the 710, 405, freeway to the Long Beach Blvd exit.