Clinical Research Studies
Exer believes in creating healthier communities. In addition to providing urgent care services, we also offer our community members the opportunity to participate in clinical trials to help medical advancements and possibly help find cures. Most studies involve a one-time visit to one of our clinics to enroll and collect data and/or samples. Participants may also be compensated for study-related time.
Current Research Studies Now Enrolling Participants*
Our Clinical Research Department always has opportunities for participants, and our trials are constantly changing. Please call our research department if you believe you might be a good fit for any of the following studies:
Participants who have had flu-like symptoms in the last 5 to 7 days and are 2 years old or older
- Respiratory Infections
Participants who have been experiencing a respiratory infection in the last 7 days and are 2 years old or older
- Urinary Tract Infections
Participants who are 18 years or older and are experiencing symptoms of a urinary tract infection
Participants who are 18 months or older with a potential concussion
Our Clinical Research Department values each of our study participants and appreciates their willingness and commitment to help us further medical research.
Call Now to see if you pre-qualify for any research study: (866) 300-5380 ext. 5
*Legal Disclaimer: Not everyone qualifies. Learn more about who can participate by calling (866) 300-5380 ext. 5. The safety and scientific validity of a study is the responsibility of the clinical trial sponsor and the principal investigators and not EXER or its subsidiaries, affiliates, or managed entities. Choosing to participate in a clinical trial is a personal decision. Before participating in a clinical trial, you should know all the risks and potential benefits and talk to your healthcare provider or other trusted advisor. For more information about participating in clinical trials, visit ClinicalTrials.gov. No patient-specific information has been or will be provided to the clinical trial sponsor in conjunction with this initiative. The research study is voluntary and is not part of your health plan benefits.