Austin Regional Clinic Physicians constantly tries to improve the care given to you and to all our patients. We are dedicated to offering unique options for our patients to help them reach ideal health goals. Part of this dedication involves making clinical research available. Clinical research makes it possible to discover the benefits, risks, and safety of both commercially-available and investigational medications.
COVID-19 can manifest as a wide range of illness, from asymptomatic infection to severe pneumonia, ARDS, and death. Although most cases are symptomatic those are at an increased risk can delevop more severe complications. We are looking at an oralinvestigational medication to help people who are showing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19.
The study will test if this study medication will sufficiently suppress the viral replication of COVID-19.
If you’d like to see if you qualify, please contact our research team. You can call our ARC Clinical Research team at 512-225-5931, or fill out our Clinical Research interest form online.
What to Expect
You will be asked to come into our research clinic up to 11 times and will receive compensation for time and travel. Your health as it relates to this study, will be evaluated at each appointment by our research coordinator and study doctor.
- All study procedures will be at no cost to you or your insurance.
- Our study team can coordinate with your primary physician to help you receive the most individualized care from our whole ARC team
# Visit's Required:
ARC has precautionary measures in place to ensure your safety in the clinic by screening and separating patients at all entrances including the following measures:
- Staff and patients are required to wear masks
- Cleaning and sanitizing for all areas
- Social distancing practices
- Screening questions and temperature checks
Spots are limited! Contact our ARC Clinical Research team at 512-225-5931 if you would like more information or click the Sign-up now link below and complete the research inquiry form.
Request to Participate