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Clinical Trials at Emory

Clinical trials are an essential part of moving research forward and most medical advances have been made possible because of volunteer participation in clinical trials. As the leading academic medical center in the state of Georgia, Emory Healthcare is proud to sponsor more than 1,000 clinical trials and offer the opportunity for patients to participate in them.

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Stroke Awareness Events

According to the American Heart Association, stroke is the leading cause of adult disability in the United States. In recognition of May as National Stroke Awareness Month, Emory Healthcare encourages you to learn the signs, symptoms and risk factors for stroke.

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Considering LASIK Before Summer?

Are you ready for the summer sunglass season? If you wear contacts then you know they aren’t pool ready… and glasses that don’t transition to shades will probably leave you squinting.

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Ebola Preparedness Protocols
Emory Healthcare is proud to extend its mission of training and educating health care professionals to help our colleagues around the world. As many health care workers around the country have questions about our protocols and processes for caring for patients with Ebola, we have created a special website with a variety of resources. Learn more >>

Clinical Trials at Emory

Clinical Trials at EmoryClinical trials are crucial in helping doctors better understand how to treat and prevent disease. More than 1,000 clinical trials are underway at Emory Healthcare, not only making a difference in people’s lives here and now, but for generations to come. Learn more>>


Free Wellness Screenings

Community ScreeningsEmory Healthcare, in partnership with the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church (UMC), recently launched a community wellness screening program. These screenings are FREE and open to the public for adults ranging 16 years of age and up. Learn more >>